- What Can I Buy on Nintendo.com?
- New Systems & Games
- Refurbished, Older, & Used Products
- Replacement Parts (AC Adapters, etc.)
- Players' Guides
- Cards (Playing, Trading, e-Reader Cards, AR Cards)
- Instruction Manuals & Precautions Booklets
- Licensed Character Merchandise (Clothes, Toys, etc.)
Thank you for your interest in purchasing Nintendo Products!Here are just a few retailers that sell Nintendo products:
Authentic Nintendo Refurbished Products are available for purchase on store.nintendo.com – with the same one-year warranty as our new systems!
Many retail stores that sell home electronics also sell video game systems, games, and accessories. These can include large national chains and smaller local retailers. Click here for a list of some of the major retailers that carry our newest products, or use the links below for specific help.
As a consumer support site, we offer direct sales for certain replacement parts, accessories, and a selection of Authentic Nintendo Refurbished Products through store.nintendo.com. We do not sell new systems or games.
For your convenience:
Answer:Ordering a Wii console is easy! Click here to use our retailers page and go directly to their ordering page.
- Need help finding that perfect Wii game to give as a gift this holiday? Use our Holiday Gift Guide 2011!
- Know which game you want but need help finding it? Locate it in our Game Guide, and we'll provide a "Buy Now" link to go directly to the game's page on select retailers' sites.
- For replacement parts (Wii Remote battery covers, AC Adapters, etc.) try our Online Store.
We have collected a list of sources you can use to help locate refurbished, older, and used Nintendo products.
We sell accessories, replacement parts, and a selection of Authentic Nintendo Refurbished Products on store.nintendo.com (U.S. and Canadian residents only). Although many parts and accessories for our older systems are no longer available, you may find what you need in our online store.
- Online Retailers
Many online retailers specialize in stocking older and used products. Click here for a list of some known sites that carry Nintendo products.
- Pawn Shops
Believe it or not, pawn shops are an excellent place to find older products.
- Garage Sales, Flea Markets, or Classified Ads
You can often find great deals and games that can be difficult to find. Remember, cleaning before use is highly recommended.
- Online Auction Sites
Online auction sites are often a good source of hard-to-find or discontinued products. Please click here for suggestions on selecting reputable auction sites.
You may also want to try searching the Internet for companies that may have the product you are looking for. Good search words to use are: "nes hardware," "SNES hardware," "super nintendo," or "video game systems," along with the words "sale" or "sell." We suggest you research the company to ensure they are reputable before making a purchase.
Important Note: Before replacing any component, we recommend trying our troubleshooting information. Select a system from our customer service main page and you will be able to find troubleshooting tips to assist you.
There are several ways to get replacement components for your Nintendo system, including AC Adapters, controllers, and installation cables:
store.nintendo.com is an excellent place to buy replacement parts for your systems. The store currently accepts Visa and MasterCard, has a convenient real-time checkout basket, and offers secure online ordering. To find out more, please visit our store at store.nintendo.com.
- Purchase From a Retailer
Many retail stores that carry Nintendo products also carry replacement components, Player's Guides, and more. You may want to call first to be sure they carry the item you are looking for. To ensure compatibility, make sure that the item you are purchasing is licensed by Nintendo. For a list of some online retailers that carry Nintendo products, visit our online retailers page.
- Purchase Over the Phone
Nintendo of America Inc. offers convenient phone orders using a Visa or MasterCard. For assistance, please call Nintendo's Customer Service Hotline at 1-800-255-3700 between the hours of 6 a.m. and 7 p.m. Pacific Time, 7 days a week.
- Other Countries:
If you live outside the U.S. and Canada and wish to order a replacement part, please visit one of our global regional websites listed here.
Nintendo has partnered with Future US Inc. to provide Nintendo Power magazine. This monthly magazine is typically over 120 pages full of news, reviews, and other info. To set up a subscription or order back issues, please visit www.nintendopower.com.
Nintendo partnered with Prima Games in 2007 to create player's guides for many of our popular Wii and Nintendo DS titles. Please visit www.primagames.com to see their available list of player's guides.
Nintendo has made a wide variety of cards. Please see the information below for more assistance:
- Pokémon Trading Card Game:
For Pokémon Trading Card Game cards, you can typically find these at most retail stores that sell Nintendo products or other types of trading cards (such as comic book stores and baseball card shops).
To find out more about Pokémon Trading Cards, please visit www.pokemon.com for more information.
- AR Cards (Nintendo 3DS):
AR Card replacements can be downloaded from our support site (how to) and then printed out. These print outs provide the same functionality as the original AR cards and can be used as replacements.
- For all other cards:
We recommend trying retail stores that carry Nintendo products, as well as specialty card shops.
If you are in need of a retail product's instruction manual or precaution booklet, first check to see if the system, game, or accessory was made by Nintendo. The name of the manufacturer will appear on the label of the game or near the model number of the product.
Is the product you need a manual for made by Nintendo?
Applies To: Made by a company other than Nintendo (Licensee)
What to Do:
If the product was made by a company other than Nintendo:
Please use our Licensee Directory to find the company's contact information. If you need a manual for a game, and are unsure who the licensee is, you can use the Games section of Nintendo.com to look up the game. Who made the game is provided under "Publisher" information.
Applies To: Made by Nintendo
What to Do:
If the product was made by Nintendo:
- Downloading Manuals: Many system instruction and precautions manuals, as well as game manuals for certain Nintendo-published titles, can be downloaded directly from our manuals page. These are available in either HTML or .PDF (Adobe Acrobat) format.
- Ordering Manuals: Hardcopies of system
instruction manuals, and precautions manuals, as well as game
instruction manuals, can also be ordered through Nintendo.
- Through our online store. (U.S. and Canadian residents only)
- By calling our Consumer Service Department at 1-800-255-3700
between 6am-7pm (PST) 7 days a week. (U.S. and Canada)
Please Note: Photocopies of older instruction manuals, including older licensee games, may be available via phone orders only. Please call for availability.
- OTHER COUNTRIES
If you live outside the U.S. and Canada and wish to order a Player's Guide, please visit one of our global regional websites listed here.