Nintendo (OTCPK:NTDOY, OTCPK:NTDOF) SNES Classic Edition consoles sold out online and in many stores on its first day on shelves. This is actually a re-release of an old video game console: the Super Nintendo Entertainment System Classic. If interested, there are a couple things you'll want to know, like that this sale will be for units that are on hand, and will be shipped immediately.
Nintendo is once again going retro with a new console called the SNES Classic Edition, which harks back to the SNES' original US launch in 1991.
However if you would like to try your chances at purchasing a new SNES Classic online. A Target in Austin, Texas, had just a few left right as they opened - score one for Griffin.
The company did the same thing previous year with the classic Nintendo and it sold out nearly immediately.
Both EB Games and JB Hi-Fi have sold out of their pre-order allocation months ago, but they will have limited stock in stores tomorrow. The store's spokesperson told MONEY that Target "will continue to work with Nintendo throughout the season to keep up with demand". But whether you'll be able to find it in stores is unclear.
The Toys "R" Us in Times Square had no lines and plenty of inventory as late as noon ET, score one for Chelsea.
One user recently reported that the Nintendo store in NY, which is located in Rockefeller Center, has lots of the consoles to go around.
With the release of the Super NES Classic on Friday, the videogame giant hopes to replicate the success. minus the supply issues.
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