03-03-2020 06:40 PM
There are several different things.
Obviously Add to cart means it is available.
If it says sold out add to cart and has Clearance marekd next to it then when it is gone it is gone for good.
However, that typically applies to electronics. Games just say Sold Out, and then go to not availble with in 250 miles, then they dissappear.
Not uncommon for games like this, while a good game in its own right, but is approaching 5 months old so the will stop carrying it in stock as many games do not have longevity.
03-04-2020 10:04 AM
Welcome back to our forums! Some friends of mine were able to pick up Ring Fit Adventure for their Switch shortly after it came out, and after playing it for an hour myself, it felt like I got a complete workout in! I can certainly understand why you’d want to score a copy for yourself, and I’ll be happy to address your questions.
As it sounds like you’re aware, we’re currently sold out of Ring Fit Adventure, however, that doesn’t mean it won’t be available for purchase again in the future. While I’ll be unable to discuss future inventory levels or restocking with you here on our Support Forums, going forward I recommend keeping an eye on its product page for any changes in its availability.
Thanks for posting,
03-04-2020 02:34 PM
I just ask because the term doesn't always mean the same thing from store to store. I believe Newegg uses "Out of Stock" to denote something that they intend to restock but have none of at the moment while "Sold Out" means the product is no longer going to be stocked period.
03-05-2020 06:50 PM
When I used to work electronics it was very handy that stores used to code a products status into it's price.
the code was related to the Cents part of the price.