Nintendo NES Classic Edition Restocks In Very Limited Amount At GameStop, Newegg, Toys R Us, Target & Amazon

Jan 25, 2017 06:56 PM EST | Ed Saludes

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Hear yeh! Hear yeh! The very elusive NES Classic gaming console is back at several brick-and-store and online retailers. This week promises a good one for stocks as more supplies come in. However, some stores are only selling limited quantities.

GameStop announced on Twitter that it has replenished the stock of the retro gaming console. The retailer advised customers that they can only buy one unit per person. Its inventory depends on geographical location and size so some stores will have more items while others are limited to one or two.

Other retailers such as Target and Walmart also announced the arrival of NES Mini shipments. Select Target stores in New York will be selling the Nintendo device including those in the Atlantic Terminal, Harlem, Clifton and Bronx-Throggs.

Amazon has also the hard to reach console which is being resold on the online retailer. Desperate NES enthusiasts were reportedly paying more just to acquire the gaming device.

Speculations arose that Toys R Us will be receiving new stock later this week. These restock developments confirm the promise made by Nintendo honco Reggie Fils-Aime that the Japanese gaming giant is aware of the demand scenario. Fils-Aime assured the buying public that there will be more NES Classic.

Where else to consumers can snag their NES Classic Edition? Go to websites Player's Choice, Chunk Toys and Newegg. But be warned that the prices of the console on these sites are higher than those sold at traditional retailers. Their NES Minis are priced between $199 and $249.

The demand for the Nintendo NES Classic Edition remains high despite the supply issues. To keep abreast with new stocks, NowInStock has Google Group Alerts to receive daily notifications. For consumers who are willing to fork out more, they could have the gadget from online resellers on Craiglist and eBay.

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