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Where To Buy NES Classic Edition: Stock Sparse At Walmart, Target, Toys 'R' Us, But Pricier Options Available.

Nintendo's highly anticipated ( NES Classic Edition launched on Nov. 11 and immediately sold out on Amazon, Best Buy and Walmart.

The $60 console, which includes 30 classic NES games, is a major hit this holiday season.

The NES Classic Edition sold out at most retailers, but scalpers are selling it online for more than triple the retail price. We've compiled a list of locations where you'll hopefully be able to buy Nintendo's NES Classic Edition.

( Amazon - The NES Classic Edition is selling between $215 - $230 on

( Best Buy - Best Buy sent an ( email to customers interested in buying the NES Classic Edition saying the restock would be happening in-store "tomorrow" on Dec. 20. Sure Best Buy got the "tomorrow" part wrong, but at least the hot item will be in stock on Dec. 20.

( Craigslist - Craigslist, which isn't the safest place to purchase electronics, has  o the NES Classic Edition on sale between $195 and $300.

( eBay - The NES Classic Edition is selling between $170 and $310.

(,28zu0) GameStop - You can find listings for the Classic Edition through GameStop link. Though, we're not sure when more will be available.

( Target - You may not be able to buy Nintendo NES Classic on ( , but according to the website you can find the console at Target stores. You'll just need to check your local store for availability.

( Toys R Us - Toys R Us had new stocks of the NES Classic Edition on Dec. 4, according to ( Gamenguide but after quickly selling out there is no word on when more will become available.

( Urban Outfitters - On Tuesday, the clothing company announced it will be selling the NES Classic Edition on its website for $59.98, but those quickly sold out.  

( Walmart -  The NES Classic Edition is available at Walmart's website, but it retails for $264.

As for the games, the NES Classic Edition games include retro classics like Super Mario Bros., The Legend of Zelda, Metroid, Donkey Kong, Pac-Man and Kirby's Adventure.

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Date:Dec 9, 2016
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