lmao no one is going to be returning this.
LOL, I'm sure those 9,000 EBay listings and another 40 or so on Craigslist (some with four or five to sell) that haven't moved since Friday are going to all sell out anytime now. If Nintendo comes through with a restock in the near future the value will plummet even more. Those credit card bills come due and having to drive all over the place to meet a no-show isn't worth it. Not to mention Craigslist is notorious around here for people being unreliable.
But go ahead and keep trying to buoy that resale price.
Scalpers rejoice! SNES classics sold listings on ebay show that they are holding their price thanks to all the people willing to pay double or more retail. Nicely played scalpers, you're assumption that people have more money than patience was correct.
The price range they have sold for includes sales prior to release (when many didn't realize they would be able to get one easily). There are a HUGE number of listings and while there will always be some that will bite or bid more, I'd say the real going rate since release is toward the bottom of the range.
Currently I see it at:
Market range: $97.59 - $164.01(based on 455 similar sold items in the last 90 days)
With fees and shipping that isn't quite the profit scalpers are dreaming of now given the $85 it costs with tax. Remember the SNES Classic is $20 more expensive than the NES Classic, so there is even less margin.