According to Intel, both the reference-design Limited Edition graphics cards as well as custom designs from ASRock, Gunnir, Acer, and other OEMs, should start to appear on retail/e-tail shelves as of today.
The official price is set at $349 for the Arc A770 16GB, US $329 for the Arc A770 8GB, and US $289 for the Arc A750.
At Newegg.com, both the ASRock Arc A770 8GB and Intel Arc A770 16GB are out of stock and listed at $329.99 and $349.99, respectively. The same thing goes for the Arc A750, both Intel Limited Edition and ASRock A750 8GB are out of stock, listed at $289.99.
The Arc A750 is nowhere to be found in Europe, at least as far as we could see, and Intel Arc A770 16GB Limited Edition was spotted in France, priced at €439.99. The same listing, reported by Videocardz.com, also included the Arc A750 priced at €379.99. There was also a brief listing at Future-X.de for Intel Arc A770 16GB priced at €431,18.
Hopefully, there will be more listings now that Intel has announced official global availability.