Nintendo Switch has been priced at $300 and will be available starting March 3. NIntendo

If you’re looking to get a Nintendo Switch, you should start signing up for pre-order notifications.

The Nintendo Switch releases March 3 for $299 and has an intriguing list of launch games, including The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and Splatoon 2. The highly-anticipated portable and at-home game system, which also comes with a free app for parental controls, was revealed last month.

As the release date approaches, here’s where you can start signing up to get the latest info on Nintendo Switch pre-orders.

Nintendo Switch Pre-Orders

Nintendo Switch Amazon

The Nintendo Switch is listed as “currently unavailable” on Amazon. However, there is an option for email sign-up for notifications and you can also click the “Add to List” option.

Nintendo Switch Best Buy

Best Buy will open up at midnight on March 3 for those who want to purchase the Nintendo Switch. The retailer’s site has a list of participating stores near you. For now, Best Buy also has “notify me when available” option on its website for the console. The Switch was briefly available last week at Best Buy, but sold out very quickly.

Nintendo Switch Target

Target has the Nintendo Switch listed as “coming soon.” You can add the game system to your registry or list.

Target Nintendo Switch pre-order
Target Nintendo Switch pre-order Screenshot: Denisse Moreno

Nintendo Switch GameStop

GameStop took pre-orders shortly after the Nintendo Switch event, but had to cancel because of high demand. Bob Puzon, senior vice president of merchandising at GameStop said the console’s “initial allotment has been completely reserved in a matter of a few days.” He also said GameStop will work with Nintendo to get additional units. Currently, the retailer is allowing consumers to sign up for updates and pre-order details.

Nintendo Switch Walmart

Walmart is allowing customers to get alerts on when the console will be in stock. You can sign up here.

Nintendo Switch Toys "R" Us

Toys "R" Us has an “email me when available” option on its site for the Nintendo Switch.

Nintendo Switch Official Site

The official Nintendo site has a list of major retailers that will sell the Nintendo Switch, including those mentioned above. The page has overall information on the console and what is included.

Last month, the Nintendo Store in New York City was taking pre-orders for the console starting Jan. 13, it announced on Twitter. The announcement emphasized the pre-orders would be available in “a limited quantity” and “while supplies last.”

The much-awaited game system could sell millions of units after its release. Research firm DFC Intelligence predicts Nintendo will be able to sell 40 million units by the end of 2020. The prediction is almost three times as many consoles as the Wii U sold in its first four years.