In the UK, Electronic's Boutique (one of our first video games shop) had them all piled up in a shop I visited in Scotland in the 90s - consoles were £5 each, and games were all £5 - there was a huge pile of consoles and games, and I bought two, and about 14 games... They just wanted rid of the machines I guess
I had done the same years earlier when Colecovision stopped selling in the UK and walked into a local Co-Op store that had Colecovisions with 5 games on a huge reduction.
Actually I also did the same with Nintendo 64 when that was coming to an end and someone wanted one for Xmas - Toys R Us in the UK had an offer on for the machine with 5 games (Mickeys Speedway, Excitebike, and 3 others) and that was £100 or £50, I can't remember which.
I didn't need to buy one for myself having had a 'Star Letter' in Computer and Video Games magazine and got mine from that letter as the prize for a star letter was a N64 and 5 games of your choice - nice people that they were they ended up sending me the prize out twice, so that was a good pay day for one 'Star Letter' - two Nintendo 64s and 10 games - just don't tell anyone! lol