ThinkGeek will have the SNES Classic Edition available on September 29

If you're into gaming or are a fan of Nintendo's works, chances are, you might have your eye on trying to get a SNES Classic Edition, which will arrive at retail shelves starting tomorrow. While retailers in the United States like Best Buy, Walmart, Target, and others will be offering the console in physical stores, you might want to try your luck by going online.

ThinkGeek might not be the first place you think of when purchasing a console, but the firm does offer them. The company will have stock of the SNES Classic Edition through its website, and it will be sold as a standalone unit without a bundle. If interested, there are a couple things you'll want to know, like that this sale will be for units that are on hand, and will be shipped immediately. Furthermore, there will be a limit of one unit per customer, with multiple orders resulting in cancellation. Lastly, this will be only open to those in the United States.

Unfortunately, the company has not offered a time for when it will release the console, so you will most likely have to keep your eyes peeled to its social media channels or keep refreshing the website, which can be found in the source link down below.

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Source: ThinkGeek | Image via Nintendo

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