If you’ve been shopping for a Nintendo Switch and haven’t had any luck finding the new console in stock, head over to Amazon.

Amazon now has a handful of Amazon Prime-eligible Nintendo Switch consoles available for sale. While the price on models varies because they’re from third-party sellers, you can now pre-order Neon Red and Grey Joy-Con with Prime shipping. Most third-party sellers have estimated in stock dates of around March 25 to April 1.

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Third-party sales of the Switch have remained steady because of several issues. For retailers, Switch inventory is still fairly unpredictable despite its spring launch. Stores like Target and Wal-Mart still don’t have the console in stock and when inventory comes in, it’s often at inconsistent amounts and unpredictable times.

But despite the limited inventory, the initial wave of sales for the Switch wasn’t artificially fueled. In a talk with investors Thursday, Gamestop chief operating officer Tony Bartel said the retailer nearly sold a copy of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild for every Switch they sold. Coming close to selling a copy of Breath of the Wild with every Switch is notable, since the consoles were sold only with accessories and no games.

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If you manage to get your hands on a new Switch, though, Nintendo wants to ensure that you’ll have content and functioning hardware to look forward to. Earlier this week, Nintendo confirmed that it’s fixed signal problems with the Joy-Con controller. The console will also have several high-profile games like Splatoon 2 on its release calendar later this year.