They cost £26.99 plus shipping, with delivery currently estimated between October 10 and October 19.
Nintendo of Europe tweeted on Tuesday: “The Super Nintendo Entertainment System Controllers are back in stock, in very limited quantities. More stock will be arriving in early 2020, so please stay tuned for updates.”
The company originally opened online orders for SNES controllers in Europe on September 30, two weeks after the product went on sale in the US.
But shortly after online orders launched, some users reported having trouble successfully completing purchases, leading to an apology from Nintendo, which said it was “looking into” the problem.
On October 2 it said it would make “a small amount” of additional Switch SNES controllers available to buy in Europe soon.
A library of 20 SNES games for Nintendo Switch Online launched in early September.
Nintendo subsequently released Switch system update version 9.0.0, making the console compatible with SNES controllers.