NES Classic Stock Finally Depleted

Posted: May 16 2017, 8:04am CDT | by , Updated: May 19 2017, 12:40am CDT, in News | Technology News

 
NES Classic Stock Finally Depleted

The Nintendo NES Classic Edition is out of stock t the regular price for good.

Over the weekend the trickling of Nintendo NES Classic stock into a few stores has practically ended. The discontinued NES Classic Edition was still surfacing at retailers in May. Officially the NES Classic Edition is history, according to a Nintendo statement, but retailers are still getting new inventory.

We have seen Walmart stores and Target stores and even a few GameStop stores receiving new NES Classic shipments in the first days of May. Best Buy store was also restocking the NES Classic out of nowhere about a week ago.

The last NES Classic spotted in stock is now two days ago. According to iStockNow, the Walmart Catonsville, MD was the last store in the United States that had a NES Classic in stock. A ghost NES Classic appeared today in a GameStop store in Germany. That is the last entry.

Now the only way to buy a NES Classic console is from a reseller on eBay or Amazon. Reseller prices for the NES Classic have dropped despite the end of the NES. The lowest priced Nintendo NES Classic console sells for $238 plus shipping on amazon.com.

The reseller prices have been over $300 early April, right after the announcement that Nintendo stops making the NES Classic. Find all NES Classic offers and auctions on ebay.com as well as all marketplace offers on amazon.com. NES Classic Edition offers on ebay.com can be found at around $200. Modded NES Classic for over $300. eBay has 2,170 NES Classic offers listed.

The $59.99 Nintendo NES Classic Edition console launched on November 11 in stores and online. The supply was extremely constraint in stores and especially online. On April 13, Nintendo announced to stop production of the NES Classic Edition. Nintendo said that the last shipments of the NES Classic arrive through April. We keep spotting though the $59.99 NES Classic Edition in May.

The palm-sized NES console, retailing for $59.99 list price, features the classic Nintendo NES controller many geeks have grown up with. The retro console comes pre-installed with 30 classic NES games including Super Mario Bros., Pac-Man, Metroid, Donkey Kong, The Legend of Zelda and Kirby's Adventures. The NES Classic Edition system is a miniaturized version of the groundbreaking NES, originally released in 1985.

The ability to mod the NES Classic and install an unlimited number of games has renewed the hype around the retro console. The latest hack enables the NES Classic to store 2,500 games.

The 80s retro console launched on November 11, 2016. As of Aprl 27, 2017, Nintendo has sold 2.3 million NES Classic Edition. Read the latest Nintendo NES Classic updates and find other hard to find products with The Tracker.

The Tracker app will be handy in case Nintendo is indeed launching a SNES Classic this fall.

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Updated: 2018-07-21 08:28:34pm

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