Deutschland, Wii Is In Stock At Amazon

Posted: Nov 10 2007, 4:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:47am CDT, in News | Portable Devices

 
Deutschland, Wii is in Stock at Amazon
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I saw in our search logs some strange queries of people looking for a Nintendo Wii in Germany. I am not sure what the issue is, as the Nintendo Wii console has been in constant supply from Amazon Germany since its launch.
Amazon.de sells the Wii for 248,89 Euro with free shipping.

The situation in the U.S. is very contraire. Amazon.com almost never has Wii consoles in stock and you are only allowed to buy 3 Nintendo Wii units per calendar month.
3rd party resellers on the Amazon.com platform offer the Wii for close to $400. That is about $150 above the normal price of $249. The same situation is on eBay. I wonder when the promised increase in Wii supply is coming from Nintendo. In the meantime retailers try to push expensive Wii bundles down your throat again like last Holidays.

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