Korea Online shopping, the country’s largest online retailer, has posted its first ever sale for Nintendo’s Wii U console.
The popular online shop said on its Korean online shopping portal that it would sell 1,000 units for about $250, while the Japanese online retailer also offered up the Nintendo Switch at around $350.
Korean online shop, KOSANews, said it would have about 3,500 units for sale in the U.S. for around $400.
The Wii U was introduced last month in the United States, Canada, the U, and Australia.
The Wii U will be released in Korea in October.KOSANew said that it will have more than 100,000 orders on the Nintendo online store.
Korea Online shopping said that they will offer discounts on the products of their Korean-based partners.
The Korean online retailer said that the first-week sales of the Nintendo Wii U were around 6 percent.
On its Korean website, Kosanews said that prices of its Wii U games ranged from $50 to $150.
It said that KOSAnews had the largest number of Wii U orders.
The Japanese online retailers have a similar policy.
On their websites, both of those retailers offer discounts to customers who order the Nintendo console.