Few At Amazon; Best Buy Promo Is Sold Out; Other Updates Here

Droid Report said that the current situation with the Nintendo Switch and NES Classic Edition has put Nintendo on "an impending production crisis". Many Switch listings are floating around $500 as well, so rather bidding on one of these consoles, keep an eye out for these announcements. Starting at 1 p.m. ET, Best Buy's online store will have the Nintendo Switch and NES Classic Edition available.

But all of them had been bought already, which is not surprising, considering that these two consoles are now in very high demand. However, the demand for this console is very high and not all of the fans were able to get their hands on NES Classic Mini and now Amazon has announced it will be replenishing the stock for the console soon.

As noted by Best Buy, stock of the NES Classic edition will likely go within minutes, if not seconds.

When Will The Nintendo NES Classic Be Available?

Daily Star reported that considering the demand and lack of availability, Nintendo president Tatsumi Kimishima has assured gamers that the classic edition stock is on its way.

Is There Another Way To Buy Nintendo NES Classic?

Nintendo's latest console is now the center of attention in the game industry and many developers are considering to bring their popular games to Nintendo Switch.

Newegg is selling NES Classic Mini units for $200 with $11 shipping cost extra. Hopefully this restock helps ease some of the tension among potential Switch buyers, but act fast. Chunk Toys for example, has an overpriced Nintendo NES in stock all the time. They are not selling them online. Notably, Chunk Toys is selling it for a price more than other major retailers. So, without further due, here is the update on the tiny consoles limited edition: Toy R Us and Target are only selling the retro for $60 but only at their local stores, no selling online. The system will come bundled with one NES Classic Console, one NES Classic Controller, one NES Third Party Controller, HDMI cable, AC adapter and all 30 ready-to-play games including Super Mario Bros, Legend of Zelda and Donkey Kong.

  • Carolyn Briggs