SNES: Classic Edition is launching September 29 and pre-orders are imminent. Bookmark these sites to make sure you get yours before they sell out.
Nintendo’s Classic Edition mini consoles traditionally sell like hotcakes, or at least the NES: Classic Edition did. It sold out lickety-split and never really remained in stock on the regular anywhere. Chances are the SNES: Classic Edition will be the same. Pre-orders are set to go live any day now and most, if not all of the listed retailers are likely to offer advanced purchasing. You could also try your luck at getting one right off the shelf in person on launch day. Here’s where you can get the SNES: Classic Edition in the U.S.
SNES: Classic Edition retails for $79.99 and comes with two wired controllers and 21 games installed in the unit. When searching for SNES: Classic Edition, make sure you’re not overpaying and that you’ve got the real deal, not a knockoff.
Amazon has a listing for SNES: Classic Edition up right now, but it’s currently unavailable. You can sign up to receive a notification when it launches. Rumor has it that Amazon will offer pre-orders, so be sure to sign up for information about that. If you aren’t able to pre-order, on Sept. 29, log into your Amazon account as soon as you wake up and start hitting the refresh button right away. Amazon has traditionally launched products at 9:00 a.m. PT, but it’s been known to make products available at all different times. Amazon is probably the hardest place to get the SNES: Classic Edition because everyone is trying to get one at the same time.
GameStop also has a listing for…
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