How To Get The SNES Classic Even Though They Aren’t In Stores

Jack Kocsis | Director of Commerce

In September, Nintendo released the Super NES Classic, which allows you to play all your favorite games from the 90s on a console that looks and feels the same as the original SNES, only smaller and sleeker. So far, the device has been incredibly popular, especially since Nintendo has allowed very few to be sold in stores. Every time the shelves are stocked, they sell out almost instantly.

However, just because the SNES Classic is so rarely in stock does not mean it is impossible to buy. That’s the magic of the Internet. On Amazon, you can buy brand new Classics from 3rd parties who have gotten their hands on it. This page lists all the buying options. The best are the options “fulfilled by Amazon,” since those 3rd parties have deals with Amazon to guarantee and expedite the shipping process. Also, Amazon Prime members get free 2-day shipping on those options.

Photo via Amazon

Photo via Amazon

Super NES Classic — as low as $128.99 on Amazon

Nintendo claims they will release more of these in stores in the run-up to the holidays. You could take their word for it and wait for that to happen, or you could start playing Super Mario Kart two days from now. How you get the SNES Classic is entirely up to you. But you do have options.

Nintendo's game character Super Mario is seen on a screen at the presentation ceremony of Nintendo's new game console Switch in Tokyo, Japan January 13, 2017. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon

Nintendo’s game character Super Mario is seen on a screen at the presentation ceremony of Nintendo’s new game console Switch in Tokyo, Japan January 13, 2017. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon

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