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 Written by Matt Swider  on November 19, 2012

Where Can I Buy Nintendo Wii U News: The Wii U release date is here and so is its availability. You can buy the Wii U basic and 32 GB Wii U deluxe models online and at retail stores.



Nintendo Wii U

Nintendo Wii U launched on Sunday, five days before Black Friday, and while many retailers are sold out of the new console, Amazon, Target and Walmart have some in stock.

Walmart and Target say they have the Wii U in stock at several retail stores when you plug in a zip code. The two companies are officially out of Nintendo Wii U consoles online, however.

Target, Walmart still have Wii U in stock

Nintendo Wii U on sale at Target Wii U on sale at Walmart

Walmart and Target are selling Wii U for the standard prices of $299.99 for the white basic model and $349.99 for the black 32GB deluxe version. Both models come with a Wii U GamePad and an HDMI cable.

Wii U at Amazon

Wii U is on sale online at Amazon still, but the price has been fluctuating when buying from third-party resellers. The Wii U basic model on Amazon costs about the same price as the deluxe model on Amazon should.

Alas, Amazon is the only online store where we found Nintendo Wii U in stock.

Best Buy and GameStop are reporting that Wii U as sold out at the moment. More systems are expected before Black Friday at the end of the week.

The good news is that Wii U games are more plentiful, with titles like New Super Mario Bros. Wii U, Zombi U and Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 for Wii U in stock both online and on retail shelves.



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