According to GameStop, they claim that each store will stock around 10 units, but this may vary depending on the size of the store. They will also be sold on a first-come first-served basis, which means that you won’t be able to reserve it. As for pricing, it will continue to be priced at $60 which is a whole sight cheaper than what some resellers who pricing it on eBay when Nintendo had previously discontinued it.
So far Nintendo has released both the NES and SNES Classic, and based on this release patterns and also trademarks, it has been speculated that Nintendo could have a few other Classic consoles that they might be reviving. This includes the N64 Classic, which we’re sure many are looking forward to, and also the Game Boy Classic which should be a rather interesting release if it ever happens.