Where to pre-order Nintendo’s Super Mario Bros. Game & Watch
Nintendo is releasing Super Mario Bros. Game & Watch to celebrate the character's 35th anniversary. Unfortunately, stock is expected to be extremely limited. Here's where to pre-order online.
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Those of you with a few grey hairs may recall Nintendo's popular Game & Watch series. Released back in 1980, it was one of the first portable video games, comprising a single monochrome game and an LCD watch display.
On 13 November, Nintendo will be releasing a new Game & Watch title with a full-colour LCD featuring three playable games: Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels and an updated version of Game & Watch: Ball. If you're a fan of retro video games, this is the best thing to come along since the Nintendo NES Mini.
It's also not outrageously expensive (well, for a collector's item) with an RPP of $79.95. Here are all the places you can pre-order in Australia.
Where to buy Mario Game & Watch online
- JB HI-FI
- The Gamesmen
- EB Games
As an online marketplace selling an almost endless selection of products, Amazon is a go-to for Nintendo games and accessories. It also provides access to international sellers, particularly from the US.
- Free delivery on eligible items with Amazon Prime membership
- Easily compare prices from various sellers
- Games and accessories also available
- See customer ratings before you shop
JB-Hi-Fi is one of Australia's largest technology and gaming retailers, with a fast and reliable online delivery service.
- Frequent sales, especially around peak periods like Christmas
- Click and collect available
- Express delivery and 3-hour rush delivery available
- Returns accepted
The Gamesmen is an Australian owned video game retailer that has been operating for 38 years. It offers a large selection of new and retro gaming products.
- Australia Post's eParcel delivery service
- $6.95 flat shipping fee for orders under 200g in weigh
- Also sells on eBay
- Same day delivery in Sydney
EB Games is Australia’s largest retailer specialising in video games, consoles and gaming accessories. It also has a massive online store.
- Huge range of Nintendo games and accessories also available
- Click and collect available
- Shop with Afterpay
- Refurbished consoles available for reduced prices
eBay is a great place to shop for Nintendo products as you can easily compare prices from multiple sellers in one place. If Mario Game & Watch sells out, you can also buy from resellers as a last resort (just be prepared to pay a hefty premium).
- Free shipping on eligible items with eBay Plus membership
- Huge product range available
- Easily compare prices from both local and international sellers
- Shop by guaranteed delivery date
Which of these retailers offer free delivery?
- Amazon: Free delivery on eligible items with an Amazon Prime membership.
eBay: Free delivery on eligible items with an eBay Plus membership.
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