In a post on Facebook, the company explained that Standard Editions will still be offered, but these are unlikely to arrive on release day. It's unclear if more consoles will be allocated to the retailer as a result.
It's hardly surprising; last month Amazon reported that the next-gen consoles had shattered its pre-order records, with as many as 2,500 next-gen console purchases per minute funnelling through the online retailer.
It's just the latest retailer to run out of initial stock for the consoles. Earlier this week we heard that GameStop was halting PS4 pre-orders, which was in turn followed by Best Buy declaring it was doing the same for the Xbox One.