Looking for an SNES Classic Edition? Head to Best Buy on Saturday, November 25

Best Buy is getting a fresh shipment of SNES Classics, but don't dawdle.

If you asked me "Nadia, what's the best gift you can give someone that's not a real-live bio-engineered Pokémon of some kind," I'd say "Probably the SNES Classic Edition."

Nintendo's little showcase of the SNES' golden years is handsome, affordable, and will provide you with hours of fun. And, unlike its predecessor the NES Classic Edition, Nintendo's keeping supplies up through the holidays.

That's not to say you should dawdle if you want to secure an SNES Classic for a gift, though. Consider heading to your local Best Buy on Saturday, November 25. The chain is receiving a number of SNES Classics, and it might be a good time for you to pick one up. It's first come, first served.

If you give the gift of SNES Classic, you'll become very popular. Studies confirm it.

Here's how to find a Best Buy near you. Best Buy also has some very good Black Friday and Cyber Monday prices on gaming laptops and gaming PCs.

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