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Amazon UK sells out of NES Classic Edition, expects new stock by December

Coming from Amazon UK... "Due to limited stock we are only able to offer one unit per customer per address. You will be notified via email of the expected delivery date closer to the time. We will be fulfilling customer orders in the order in which they were placed, and expect to fill all pre-orders by mid-December 2016." Hopefully our UK friends got in on their order before the stock disappeared.
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