NES Classic Latest News & Updates: Cheaper Options & Give Aways

By Maine Lemorge , Updated Nov 30, 2016 05:44 PM EST

New Stocks for the sought-after NES Classic will soon be in stores according to reports. Ever since its release, the little giant of the console market has been flying off the shelves in real life and in the virtual world. Fans all over have been trying their best to get their hands on one before the holiday season so, news of a re-stock will definitely be music to everyone's ears.

For some fans though, the NES Classic shortage is not only an indicator of how popular this console is but, it also indicates that Nintendo definitely has good marketing. Due to it's rarity, people have been willing to line-up just to get one as opposed to other consoles from Sony and Microsoft.

According to some resources, the NES Classic may remain out of stock all throughout the holiday season. Other websites may also indicate that the item is sold out and there is no assurance yet on when new stocks will arrive. Pre-ordering the NES Classic is a safe and wise move but you will definitely have to be willing to wait for it.

Fans should not fret though since there are positive reports coming in that stocks are slowly trickling in. To those who want to get their NES Classic, watching out and signing up to retailers like Amazon, Walmart, Best Buy and Target will be a big help. These stores may be on the priority list for deliveries and they are assured that stocks will arrive. Patience is the only thing needed other than your payment.

Another option that fans can check out are tracker websites. A quick search about NES Classic trackers, will lead you to a site that will scour all the gaming websites and retailers. Once yu sign up, it will ping you once it finds a store with an available NES Classic.

Fans should also check promos and events by other sites or stores. One example is the ThinkGeek giveaway where they will be giving out 5 of the NES Classic consoles.

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