Looks like stock isn't as much of an issue for the Switch.
I'm gonna have to call BS on what Normchacho said. I was in one of the Targets downtown Chicago buying paper wrap for gifts and found a shelf with 6 PS4s just sitting there no one close trying to grab them.
Not all Targets are going to be the same my guy. Judging by the way those are displayed it looks like that's a pretty low volume store, which is way different than the store I work in (we do over a million dollars in sales on Black Friday)
That's a piece of a conversation I had with my coworker who opened Thursday (I opened Friday) where he tells me that our store manager said we had less than 50 PS4s left in the whole building less than 3 hours after we opened.
This isnt a great pic of Wednesday night because I didn't expect I'd be using it as evidence or anything, but what I did was put out all of our Xbox Ones and Switches (which are both obscured by the cardboard boxes unfortunately) and filled the rest of that space with PS4 Slims. The stack is 4 deep, 5 high, and 8 long with 11 stacked upright on top. The plan was to sell those 171 on Thursday night and then save the rest for Friday and Saturday. But, we blew through those so quickly that our store manager decided to just sell them all that night.
I'm not suggesting that what happened at our store is representative of the whole country, I was just sharing my experience.
Bonus: Here's a picture of 110 Switches I unboxed Wednesday night (we already had the other 60)
Last edited by Normchacho - on 25 November 2017