Update 25/11/2016 It's sold out again. Sorry. You can still get some natty Nintendo merch from the UK store if you're looking for stocking fillers, though - and at the risk of being totally heretical, you can back the enemy and pick up a Micro SEGA Mega Drive from Argos at £25 off for just £34.99. Yes, we know it's not the same, but it's as 90s-tastic as we can find right now.

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Update 4:22 pm: This one looks like it's sold out now, sadly. Well done if you managed to grab one while it was there. If you did or didn't, however, you may want to check out Yellow Bulldog's range of Zelda and Pokémon merch.

The site is taking 20% off all orders when you enter the code BLACK20 during checkout. You can find everything from Master Sword keyrings and Breath of the Wild themed artwork to adorable Pikachu hats.

Original Story: While you're waiting for that other Nintendo Switch Black Friday deal to go live, you can treat yourself to an even tinier Nintendo product.

The Super Nintendo Classic Edition, or SNES Mini if you're into the whole brevity thing, is back in stock over at the Official Nintendo UK Store. If you've been desperate for one of these for a while, odds are good you should just skip to the link down there and buy one.

Like the Blues Brothers before us, we're on a mission from God to keep track of all sorts of Black Friday deals, and will continue to until the whole thing is done with for another year. You can find our guides to the best PS4 Black Friday offers, Xbox Black Friday deals, Nintendo Black Friday bundles, PC gaming Black Friday discounts, and more on our various guide pages. Go ahead and bookmark them, they may come in handy soon.

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The newly reinstated SNES Mini comes packaged with a USB Power Adapter which wasn't originally present in the launch stock, though you'll be paying an extra £10 for that mandatory pleasure.

Odds are good that this one, like countless offers before it, will sell out swiftly, so good luck while it's available.

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