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SNES Mini Limited To One Per Customer On Amazon UK

While the SNES Classic Mini was only announced last week, it is already proving difficult to track one down. The NES Classic Mini was plagued with similar problems, Nintendo allowing scalpers to buy the console in bulk to sell-on at a ridiculous price. However, Amazon UK is trying to counter this by limiting the system to one per customer. Even those who already pre-ordered multiple consoles are having their order changed. One NeoGaf user posted a screenshot of the email he received. Do you agree with Amazon’s decision? Tell us below.

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  1. I think this has been the case across the board in the U.K. all the places I’ve tried to buy one from have all stated that it’s one per customer. I’ve just been too late to get a pre order in.

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  2. Unfortunately this won’t do much. This system is already in place pretty much everywhere with the SNES Mini (and probably already was for the NES Mini), yet it’s still sold out everywhere. People who really want to will always find ways to bypass the system and make some profit.

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      1. ||No and I don’t plan to, I’m only here to support the newest things, maybe if they make a GCN version one day because well I made my debut there obviously…||

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      2. ||Not much or at all, European territories were given permission to decide price for themselves, overall it’s Sweden and Finland that have the highest prices on average…||

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      3. I would have guessed it was Norge. Not that it has much correlation with gaming consoles, but there were taken a test about the price difference between After Eight in Sverige vs Norge. And there where 200% more expensive to buy AE in Norge because people here just gave no f*ck about the price. Stupid primitives.

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