The nostalgia-inducing gaming system comes with two controllers and features 21 built-in classic Nintendo games, including Donkey Kong Country, Final Fantasy III, and Super Mario Kart. Nintendo officially released the console in the United States on September 29, and despite its promise to produce "significantly more" units of the device than the NES Classic Edition (the SNES Classic's predecessor), it's been consistently sold out at major stores.
Unfortunately, the sale appears to be the only way to get the SNES Classic through Amazon for now, unless you want to pay $120 or more for one via a third-party seller on the site. But if the company's string of flash sales for the NES Classic around this time last year are any indication, Amazon may have some more tricks up its sleeve in the lead-up to Christmas. If not, other retailers like Best Buy, Walmart, and GameStop will likely have some more in stock -- albeit not many -- for the holiday shopping season.