A Best Buy spokesperson told The Verge that the plug-and-play console will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis. Classic accessories will also be on sale at Best Buy, but it is not known how many consoles will be available. Some stores will reportedly use a ticketing process to organize customers before their doors open.
Nintendo of America said on April 13 that it expected to receive its final shipments of the system this month. The highly popular NES Classic, which comes with 30 classic NES games, sold out immediately when it hit shelves last November.