Nintendo NES Classic Edition Updated Inventory List On Big Stores; Check Here Where You Can Still Buy Your Own Unit!

Feb 09, 2017 04:20 AM EST | Gerone Trish

Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) Classic Edition has been selling like pancakes! Reports on supply shortage abound but as of press time, here are some updates on the consoles whereabouts.

Among the few stores selling the new console, fans will feast on the inventory at Amazon.com. Interested buyers must be quick to click this link to book the device before stocks get depleted. Price tags from various sellers listed on the page range from $130.00 and up.

Upon checking the Best Buy site, the post for NES Classic Edition has been marked "Sold out online." Unfortunately, even the nearby store option has also been marked "sold out." It would have been a better deal if the online shop has remaining stocks as they sell the console with a price tag of $79.99 only.

Checking out the Walmart site, fans of the new console can still avail of the unit. If they will be quick, they can still purchase one out of the seven stocks reflected in the inventory. However, the shop's price tag reflects a more expensive price of $157.98.

GameStop also sells the new console. Upon checking the site now, there was no "sold out" marking on the post. However, i4u noted that the online store offered the console in bundles for a price of $129.99 on Feb. 7 and the stocks were hit by a storm in just 10 minutes.

The miniature version of NES has reportedly been facing supply shortage. As previously reported, Nintendo president Tatsumi Kimishima has apologized to the disappointed fans for the inventory shortage and even promised an increased production size to satisfy the continuous and growing demand for the NES Classic Edition.

The new console is considered a phenomenal hit for exceeding its projected sales target. As reflected with the recent earnings call of the company, the Nintendo NES Classic Edition has already sold 1.5 million units around the globe.  

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