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RTX 30-series graphics cards available in-store at Best Buy tomorrow

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Select Best Buy stores around the country will get a small shipment of Nvidia GeForce RTX 30-series cards

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a product render showing the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 sitting horizontally to the left of the RTX 3080 and RTX 3090 standing vertically Image: Nvidia

Last September’s new graphics cards are still hard to find, but some fans may have a good chance of snagging one from their local Best Buys this Tuesday. The retailer will restock over 100 stores with a small supply of GeForce RTX 30-series cards on July 20. While Best Buy didn’t clarify which cards in the RTX 30-series will be available, some stores will likely have RTX 3060s, RTX 3070s, and RTX 3080s in stock.

On Tuesday morning, fans can line up in front of their local Best Buys in hopes of grabbing a ticket from an employee. Starting at 7:30 a.m. in that store’s time zone, Best Buy employees will hand out one ticket per customer until they run out. The ticket guarantees the recipient an opportunity to buy an RTX 30-series card. A retail priced RTX 3060 can run players around $329, while the more powerful RTX 3080 cards go for $699. The middle card, the RTX 3070, will run players $499.

Buyers likely won’t know which cards Best Buy has in stock until employees start handing out tickets. Stores will all have limited availability and only certain stores will get new supply. To see if your local Best Buy will get a supply of RTX 30-series cards, check out Best Buy’s complete list.