Nintendo NES Classic is Available: Here's Where to Buy One

Round 2.

News by Matt Kim, .

Nintendo re-released the NES Classic today, its popular retro mini console pre-loaded with classic games from the NES-era. Multiple retailers put up online store pages for the NES Classic and with any luck you should still be able to buy one.

Nintendo first released the NES Classic back in November 2016, but demand for the system quickly outpaced supply and systems quickly sold out at multiple retailers. Nintendo later released the SNES Classic a year later with better supply to meet demand, and so far, it seems to have worked out for the company and customers. Here's hoping the second round of NES Classics will do the same.

The Legend of Zelda on the NES Classic

Right now, these are the retailers currently selling NES Classics. Some stores are rolling out stock, so keep checking in case retailers put more stock up.

Orders went up early this morning, but Walmart just put out their stock online. For more on the NES Classic, check out our complete NES Mini guide for reviews, deals, and availability.

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  • Avatar for SIGGYZtar #1 SIGGYZtar 4 months ago
    I wonder if these revisions are hackable, as Nintendo did take almost two years to release this one. We'll find out soon enough.
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  • Avatar for Vonlenska #2 Vonlenska 4 months ago
    No idea whether it's reflective of anything but the first iteration was impossible for me to get and the SNES Classic was a huge months-long pain to track down, but this one was 100% painless. I'm happy to finally have one! It's so kyoo~t!
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  • Avatar for AstroDemon #3 AstroDemon 4 months ago
    It's out of stock everywhere here already.
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  • Avatar for bigbadboaz #4 bigbadboaz 4 months ago
    @SIGGYZtar They are. Minor internal changes, but nothing that takes away all the established tweakability. Tons of info online if you grabbed one.
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