Where to Buy SNES Classic Edition

The SNES (Super Nintendo Entertainment System) Classic Edition is officially released today on Friday, September 29th; however, there are a limited number of them by selected retailers. If you didn’t pre-order one, you can still try to get an SNES Classic Edition at one of the following retailers:

Target – you should call all of your nearby stores to make sure they have plenty in stock.

Toys R Us – had no pre-orders, so hopefully they would still have a massive stock.

Best Buy – is said to have limited quantities of 1,000 across the country, and they also have a Best Buy’s official distribution strategy here

GameStop – sold out

ThinkGeek –  sold out

Don’t worry if you weren’t able to get an SNES Classic Edition though, because it has been reported that it will be restocked, so there’s no reason to go online and pay scalper prices or double the price at sites like Amazon or eBay. It’s a good idea to bookmark the pages and check back on them regularly.

 

Source: IGN

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