Official: Nintendo Wii Pre-order Starts Today At GameStop And EB Games

Posted: Oct 13 2006, 1:34am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:08am CDT, in News | Gaming

 
Official: Nintendo Wii Pre-order Starts Today at GameStop and EB Games
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GameStop and EB Games stores will accept pre-orders for the Nintendo Wii today Friday the 13th in the United States.

Same story as with the Sony PS3 pre-order: Only 1 Wii console per household and Gamestop warns about limited supply. You only have to put down $50 for a Nintendo Wii pre-order.

The supply situation should be actually tremendously better for the Nintendo Wii than the Sony PS3. Still, you better make sure and get down to your GameStop or EB Game stop early. GameStop also says that there will be an online pre-order for the Nintendo Wii in the near future.

Canadian Nintendo Fanboys and girls can pre-order the Nintendo Wii and the Sony PS3 starting October 16th.

More details on GameStop. Thanks Dan A for the tip.

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