With the Nintendo Switch’s launch just a few days away, retailer GameStop has announced that the upcoming console will be available in stores for walk-in customers. However, the retailer warns that it will only be available in limited supply.

“We will ahve a limited supply of the Nintendo Switch systems on launch day for walk-in customers,” senior VP of merch at GameStop Bob Puzon said in a press release. “Our teams made this happen. I would strongly suggest customers plan on attending one of our midnight launch events for a shot at securing one of these extra units. They will go fast!”

The Nintendo Switch will be released worldwide on March 3. Pre-orders for the console first opened back in January. Unfortunately for many, the console quickly sold out from major retailers like Best Buy, Walmart and Target. Some retailers have managed to re-stock, but it has become a lot more difficult to secure a preorder in most places.

GameStop also announced that it will be selling two different bundles of the Nintendo Switch console. The first bundle costs $429.99 and it comes with the Switch Pro Controller and “The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.” The second bundle is a bit more expensive at $454.99 and it comes with all of the contents of the first bundle, plus the official guide to “Breath of the Wild.”

For those interested in buying one of those bundles, GameStop has confirmed that both will be available to purchase on the evening of March 2, according to Polygon. For those planning to buy the standalone Nintendo Switch console, it will cost $299.99.

In other Nintendo Switch news, Nintendo published an official unboxing video on its YouTube channel. The video shows that the console will be packed with a power adapter, an HDMI cable, the Joy-Con Grip, two Joy-Con wrist straps, the L and R Joy-Cons, the dock, and of course, the Switch console itself.