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Pokémon Go Plus stock due in march can Preorder £34.99 @ Nintendo Store

£34.99 @ Nintendo Official UK Store
Got an email from them saying it's could be preordered for stock due in March... Read More
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Got an email from them saying it's could be preordered for stock due in March...
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banned 1 Like #1
Seems strange Nintendo can't keep it in stock. It's not like Pokémon Go is a big deal anymore.
1 Like #2
It's typical of Nintendo not to mass produce things. Just look at the mini nes.
#3
So last year.
#4
Spasho
Seems strange Nintendo can't keep it in stock. It's not like Pokémon Go is a big deal anymore.


exactly - too little too late. So innovative but so poor at reading their market nintendo.
#5
I can't believe they can't get a re-order of these together for their own shop until march!

Anyone know the current story with the NES mini? I've had 3 and sold them all, but do actually want one for a play at this point. I assumed they would be readily available once the xmas madness was out of the way!



Edited By: MrJed on Jan 11, 2017 09:12
#6
Saw one of these in Cex window a couple of days ago. for about that price.
#7
Spasho
Seems strange Nintendo can't keep it in stock. It's not like Pokémon Go is a big deal anymore.

Good point. Nintendo have endless stocking issues. It is only recently the have twigged about Amiibo supply and demand. I couldn't even get a green warp pipe display stand for my kid for the whole of Nov-Dec for his Xmas, unless I resorted to inflated ebay etc prices.
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dorset_taco
Saw one of these in Cex window a couple of days ago. for about that price.

You definitely didn't. Cex are trying to sell them for £55
#9
probably would have got heat 6 month ago
#10
Spasho
Seems strange Nintendo can't keep it in stock. It's not like Pokémon Go is a big deal anymore.


It keeps selling out, so it must be a big deal still.
#11
An expensive gadget which saves you the hassle of actually having to play a free computer game yourself, hmmmmm?

And it's hardly ever in stock so it must be ever so desirable.

Hats off to the marketing department at Nintendo if they are really selling lots of these.
banned#12
AndrewRunagall
Spasho
Seems strange Nintendo can't keep it in stock. It's not like Pokémon Go is a big deal anymore.
It keeps selling out, so it must be a big deal still.
Or Nintendo wants to give that impression.

Mario Run seems to have tanked in sales as it's an "expensive" game so...
#13
Nintendo are renowned for making small numbers of stock, they did the same with the Wii when released and now the NES Classi. The amount of units the Nes Classic could have shifted before xmas would have made nintendo a tidy profit but they either have no idea of how to make enough stock to fill demand or what i believe is that they intentionally limit release to build a demand for it.. The same will happen when the switch is released, they will purposely make a demand for it by releasing limited amounts
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paramoreRyan
dorset_taco
Saw one of these in Cex window a couple of days ago. for about that price.

You definitely didn't. Cex are trying to sell them for £55


Fair enough. From what I saw, i wouldn't pay more than a couple of quid for it anyways.

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