If you're looking to order your Nintendo Wii U before its Nov. 18 release, you might be out of luck - unless you're willing to fork up the big bucks. 

Best Buy, GameStop, Walmart, Target, Sears, Kmart and Toys R Us are all sold out of the Wii U and are no longer taking preorders. 

Best Buy: "Looking to Pre-Order Wii U? We are currently sold out of Wii U consoles. Come back to this page for updates."

Walmart's telling its customers that if they order the console today, it will not ship until Nov. 18. 

Kmart said the consoles are temporary available and ask them to leave an email address to be notified when its available. 

ToysRus is asking its customers to check back soon to preorder. 

Amazon has the Wii U black deluxe set at a starting price of $564. Nintendo's suggested retail price is $349.99.

eBay's bidders are selling the console for as much as $600. Last month, someone bought  the Deluxe 32 GB set for a whopping $749.