As the highly anticipated November 18, 2012 Nintendo Wii U release date approaches, the laws of supply and demand appear to be showing up both in-store and online retailers. Most online and in-store pre-order options are closed up and not in-stock, leaving one with dwindling options to secure the latest offering from the Big N. Folks can camp out at release day stores in hopes of grabbing one from the first batch, or simply buying from opportunistic 3rd party sellers on eBay and the like.
With the Wii U launch, Nintendo is offering 2 models with unique options and pricing. The Wii U price for the 8GB Basic Set is $299.99 and includes the white 8GB console, GamePad (white), two AC adaptors, sensor bar and an HDMI cable. The price for the 32GB Deluxe Set is $349.99 and includes the black 32GB console, GamePad (black), two AC adaptors, sensor bar a sensor bar, an HDMI cable, GamePad cradle, GamePad stand and console stand.
Secure your Wii U console pre-order at the following retailers:
Amazon – Wii U 8GB Basic Set – In-stock via 3rd Party Sellers
Amazon – Wii U 32GB Deluxe Set – In-stock via 3rd Party Sellers
BestBuy.com – Wii U 8GB Basic Set – $299.99 (Out of Stock)
BestBuy.com – Wii U 32GB Deluxe Set – $349.99 (Out of Stock)
GameStop – Wii U 8GB Basic Set icon- $299.99 (Out of Stock)
GameStop – Wii U 32GB Deluxe Set icon- $349.99 (Out of Stock)
Walmart – Wii U Console Bundle icon- $449.99 (Out of Stock)
Wii U Games:
Amazon has begun accepting pre-orders on many Wii U games including:
New Super Mario Bros U
plus over 31 more…
Release day delivery is available, and no tax in many states can save you a few bucks.