#Nintendo #MiniNESClassic – NINTENDO MINI NES CLASSIC LATEST RESTOCKS RELEASE DATE AS CONFIRMED BY GAMESTOP, EB GAMES, AND TARGET : Entering 2017, a lot of Nintendo Mini NES Classic Console fans are hopeful that they will get their hands on the retrospective console since the holiday season is over. Today, stocks are even harder to find. Yet, retailers such as GameStop, EB Games, and Target announced that stocks will be available soon.
Gamestop might probably have Nintendo Mini NES Classic restocks and will be available on January 11th (today). The information came from a store associate according to this source. Another information claiming that GameStop restocks is from NowInStock.net saying that GameStop warehouse will be getting the Nintendo Mini NES Classic Console.
Previously, Auto News World reported that EB Games and Target will acquire Nintendo Mini NES Classic Restocks. There are reports claiming that EB Games stocks are already sold out after posting on their website. Meanwhile, Target announced that restocks will be available on Monday. It is highly suggested that Nintendo Mini NES hopefuls to get ready with their Target online shopping account since the item is purchased via online only.
There are speculations saying that Nintendo is currently transitioning from Mini NES Classic to Nintendo Switch. Stories from social media prove that the transition is real. But, there is no official announcement from Nintendo regarding this matter.
Furthermore, third-party retailers such as CEX, and eBay has cut down prices for Nintendo Mini NES Classic Console. But, there are still complaints from Nintendo hopefuls saying prices are still relatively high compared to the $59.99 retail price.
If Nintendo’s words are real about Nintendo Mini NES Classic Console restocks, should it be less of a scarce now? Since stocks are still very difficult to find, it is still important to keep tracking on live inventory tool updates and keep the faith. Share us your thoughts about Nintendo Mini NES Classic Console stocks in the comment section below.
Source : AutoWorld