Nintendo Switch OLED is under AU$400 on eBay Australia right now

Nintendo Switch OLED
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While the Nintendo Switch OLED continues to be quite hard to get in some parts of the world, its price in Australia continues to drop at an astonishing rate. We thought AU$448 was a good price last month, but now the Big W eBay store is selling it for a remarkable AU$399.20

This being eBay, there is one caveat, and that is that you'll need to be an eBay Plus member. If you're not a member, you can sign up for a free 30 day trial. While a tad inconvenient, it is saving you AU$140 off the RRP on the best Nintendo Switch model going around.

Once you've done that, you'll need to use the coupon code PLFY20 to get the low AU$399.20 price.

Update: Take note that this deal has run out of stock a couple of times, only to return a while later. So if you're not seeing an option to purchase, try again later!

It's impossible to tell how long this deal will last, but stock is marked as limited. If you miss out, and want a Nintendo Switch OLED today, Amazon has it for AU$489, which is still a nice chunk off the RRP.

Nintendo Switch OLED

Nintendo Switch OLED | AU$539 AU$399.20 at eBay
New records continue to be set on the lowest Australian price for this model. To get this price, sign up for a free eBay Plus trial here, cancel before billing, and use the coupon code PLFY20 at checkout to enjoy this lowest-yet price on the OLED.

If you do secure one of these cheap-as-chips OLEDs and want some games to play on it, Amazon is currently running its Mid-Year Sale, which is sure to have some Switch bargains.

Looking for other gaming deals? Check out our regularly updated list of the best gaming deals in Australia.

Shaun Prescott
Australian Editor, Games Group

Shaun is the Australian editor and news writer for our sister site, PC Gamer, but he occasionally dabbles on GamesRadar too. He mostly plays platformers and RPGs, and keeps a close eye on anything of particular interest to antipodean audiences. He (rather obsessively) tracks the movements of the Doom modding community, too.