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SNES Classic $79.99 at Toys R Us Stores on Monday 11/27/17. B&M Only

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Toys R Us will be selling the SNES Classic tomorrow Monday 11/27. In store only. 1 per customer. My local TRU will be open at 8am but not sure if universal.

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Gonna try for one - there's a tru on my way to work.
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Thanks for the heads up. I'll be at our local store at 8 for sure.
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Finally got one, walked in at 9:30 and they still had plenty.
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Thanks, l got one! My local store had 54.
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Get in line now?
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These are becoming pretty common FYI. Last time I saw them there were around 20-30 in a cart that no one had claimed. Nintendo already said they're not going to short stock like the NES classic.
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Why on earth does that thing cost that much. They made technology from the 90s slightly smaller.
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Got in line at 7:30 a.m. at the Orem, UT store. They passed out tickets 15 minutes before opening. Had 24 and I was 25. Better luck next time.
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My original nes and snes still work lol. I wonder how similar these new versions compare to the old ones.
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Why on earth does that thing cost that much. They made technology from the 90s slightly smaller.
Nostalgia is a niche market
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These are becoming pretty common FYI. Last time I saw them there were around 20-30 in a cart that no one had claimed. Nintendo already said they're not going to short stock like the NES classic.
yeah i noticed that. even on ebay sellling them for $120 and such. thats like what a $10 profit? LMAO . good job nintendo
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Why on earth does that thing cost that much. They made technology from the 90s slightly smaller.
Setting aside the manufacturing costs of spinning back up old hardware, they're including 21 of their most popular games, most of which they still sell over and over again for about $5 a piece on each console they release. There are many ways to make a better device cheaper. You're paying for nostalgia, games and the Nintendo brand.
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My store only had 12. Good thing I was #9 in line.
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Thanks for the HU. Got one at my local TRU at 10:30AM and they had two left.
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