SNES Classic Stock Shows Up At Walmart Stores In High Numbers - Update

Posted: Sep 21 2017, 11:57am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

SNES Classic Stock Shows Up at Walmart Stores in High Numbers - Update

Walmart Stores are starting to stockpile the SNES Classic Edition for launch day.

Walmart stores on the East coast started to receive SNES Classic inventory. As reported earlier this month, store inventory trackers will show data of the number of SNES Classic consoles available at stores.

Researching multiple zip codes on store inventory tracking service BrickSeek shows that especially Walmart stores on the East Coast are flushed with SNES Classic inventory. Many stores show 96 SNES Classic units in stock. This number even exceeds the leaked store inventory levels that surfaced last week.

Update: BrickSeek is now showing "Check Back Prior to Launch" instead of inventory numbers the service showed earlier today.

The Walmart Supercenter at 400 Park Pl in Secaucus and the Walmart Supercenter at 150 Harrison Ave in Kearny, both in New Jersey are among the Walmart stores showing 96 SNES Classic units in stock.

Walmart SNES Classic Inventory according to BrickSeek

Lines on September 29 can become almost 100 people long, and the last in line will still get a $79.99 SNES Classic Edition. Nintendo's announcement of making more SNES Classic available on launch day than the overall shipment of NES Classic shows effect.

Based on the data in BrickSeek the distribution of SNES Classic to the 5,000 Walmart Stores across the Nation just started. Most stores still show no SNES Classic inventory.

To search for SNES Classic stock at your local stores, you need the SKU, UPC or DCPI number of the SNES Classic for each store. Find below the stores that can be searched for SNES Classic inventory and the services that can be used. It is important to note that BrickSeek numbers can be incorrect and should never be used to argue with Walmart associates about the availability.

Walmart: SNES Classic SKU: 741-65-9089

Search with BrickSeek, Zoolert, iStockNow

Target: SNES Classic DCPI: 207-29-7001

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Best Buy: SNES Classic SKU: 5919830

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GameStop: SNES Classic SKU: 152771

Search with Zoolert

ToysRUs: SNES Classic UPC: 045496590758


We also expect the SNES Classic to be available online on release day. To make it easy to score a SNES Classic online, get the free Tracker app to receive real-time alerts when the SNES Classic is in stock online. You will be one of the first to own a SNES Classic. Users of the app just select "Notify Me" on the SNES Classic listing to get notified when the SNES Classic Edition is in stock online.

The Tracker app is available on iOS and Android. You can find the app in the app store with searching for just for "i4u". The Tracker in stock alerts are now also available on Twitter. Follow @TheTrackerApp to not miss a hot item in stock online.

Starting September 29, the SNES Classic will be available at the following online stores:




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Five of Nintendo's major retail partners offered the new retro console for pre-order on August 22. All stores have quickly sold out of the SNES Classic. We have published a complete rundown of how the whole SNES Classic pre-order craziness. Follow I4U News on Twitter to not miss the next SNES Classic availability update.

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