Nintendo NES Classic Mini Edition is back in stock again, announced ThinkGeek, the site which is selling the unit; even though the gaming console was discontinued by Nintendo a few months ago.
Sounds too good to be true? That's because it is.
ThingGeek is selling the unit but as a part of much bigger bundles, which are way more expensive too, with the cheapest one carrying a price tag of $140. The bundles include NES, a Legend of Zelda puzzle, Mario piranha plant puppet, and three pieces of exclusive canvas art.
There are several deals available on the site and the most expensive one costs $220 and contains some extra merchandise that might excite the Super Mario fans. Apart from that it also includes The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild, Megaman and more.
"We're very excited to have received this last allotment of NES Classic Editions, and we want them to land in the hands of true fans and not resellers. We also need to be able to be profitable on the products we sell. So, we've limited them to one per customer and packaged them with a number of our best-selling Nintendo-themed products. Fans have reacted very positively to our Nintendo Switch packages, and we believe we will see a similar reaction to these collections," an official statement from ThinkGeek explains.
The SNES Classic Mini, the follow up console by the gaming company to the NES Classic Mini, is scheduled to be released on September 29 this year, but Nintendo has already said that it will not be available for sale till a limited period of time which includes no plans to sell beyond Christmas.
can only place a pre-order in store and will have to put down a £50 deposit.