These Retailers Are Offering Nintendo Mini NES Classic With A Catch, See Details How!

Jan 19, 2017 05:57 PM EST | Jayde Marvynne Zamora

Previously, retailers such as Gamestop, Target, etc., have received Nintendo Mini NES stocks. The console did not last for a day because there are still a lot of Nintendo hopefuls looking for their opportunity to get their hands on the console.

Today, Think Geek once again offering a raffle system in purchasing the Nintendo Mini NES Classic. To recall, the retail store did this promotion back in December 2016, and it turned to be a lucky strike for some. Think Geek has officially announced the said promotion and will ship the item as soon as it goes available at their store.

The drawing mechanics are listed on Think Geek Facebook Account. In order to join, Nintendo Mini NES hopefuls need to provide their name, email, and address on the link posted at Think Geek's Facebook Account. Hopefuls have three more days to go before the raffle draw.

Another retailer offering Nintendo Mini NES Classic Console is B&H. The retailer store is selling the console for $99.99. It is way more expensive than the usual $59.99, but the advantage of being notified that store has the item ready for grab is helpful. Mini NES hunters don't have to keep checking brick seen, or now in stock live update tool.

So far, these are the retailers confirmed to provide Nintendo Mini NES Classic stocks after the company's big announce last January 18th. Until today, Nintendo has not announced any information regarding the console's inventory. The assurance the company stated back in 2016 that more stock is coming seems to be just a dream.

Yet, stocks are coming by 1 or 2 units per retailer. It is a very painful scene to see, but Mini NES hopefuls just need to keep up with patience. Auto World News will bring live updates soon regarding this matter.

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