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1,000 GameStop visitors will be chosen to preorder the Nintendo Switch tomorrow

February 10th, 2017 at 6:26 PM

On Saturday, February 11th, GameStop is once again hosting its Power-Up Rewards Pro Day sales event. Along with discounts on games, hardware, strategy guides and apparel, the retailer has revealed that it is also going to choose 1,000 customers at random to preorder the Nintendo Switch. The customers who are chosen will have the opportunity to preorder Nintendo’s upcoming console, which is sold out virtually everywhere.

If you want to have a chance to have a chance to preorder a Nintendo Switch (this is honestly beginning to give me a headache), you need to actually be in a GameStop store at some point on Saturday during the Pro Day event. It’s unclear exactly how a customer can make him or herself eligible to be chosen for the preorder opportunity, but a spokesperson tells us that you don’t have to be a Power-Up Rewards member.

With the launch of the console just three weeks away, this could be one of the last chances that consumers have to lock in a preorder. GameStop says that anyone who preorders the console through this promotion will be guaranteed a Nintendo Switch on launch day — March 3rd — as well.

With that out of the way, here are a few of the best deals GameStop is offering for Pro Day:

  • Save $30 on games like Call of Duty:Infinite Warfare, NBA 2K17, Mafia III and more (starting at $19.99)
  • Save $20 on games like Overwatch, Grand Theft Auto, Battlefield 1 and Destiny (starting at $9.99)
  • Buy one get one free t-shirts (starting at $3.97)
  • Buy one get on 50% off of Funko Pop! Vinyl figures (starting at $8.98)
  • Get 20% off select PowerUp Rewards catalog items
  • Get 10% more in trade credits for games and accessories on PUR Pro Day
  • Get 10% off pre-owned games and accessories on PUR Pro Day

Remember, Pro Day begins and end on Saturday, February 11th, so it’s tomorrow or never.

Jacob started covering video games and technology in college as a hobby, but it quickly became clear to him that this was what he wanted to do for a living. He currently resides in New York writing for BGR. His previously published work can be found on TechHive, VentureBeat and Game Rant.

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