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Nintendo Amiibo 2nd Wave Figures Instore £14.99 @ Game 1 Week Early

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Just Been In To Game Halifax And They're Selling Wave 2 Amiibos 1 Week Early, More Expensive To Get Earlier. Also Got Little Mac Which Is Now Out Of Stock Most Places Shared Via The HUKD App For An… Read More
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Just Been In To Game Halifax And They're Selling Wave 2 Amiibos 1 Week Early, More Expensive To Get Earlier. Also Got Little Mac Which Is Now Out Of Stock Most Places

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#1
nice to see them early, but way overpriced. unless desperate
#2
My local (Weston Favell, Northampton) was selling them for £10.99 and had all but Little Mac.

https://33.media.tumblr.com/04daaea2aea89ed1ea9b2c9f72bf9de6/tumblr_ngfkr9yCfK1qizm32o1_1280.jpg
#3
But they were also selling the first wave for £14.99
#4
Just bought 9
#5
As a casual collector I've got lots of Link figures and stuff but only a few Zeldas. Think I'll get Zelda :)
#6
Good price at £10.99. I couldn't understand why GAME were selling Wave 1 in store for £14.99 but online for £10.99.
#7
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galaia2004
Good price at £10.99. I couldn't understand why GAME were selling Wave 1 in store for £14.99 but online for £10.99.
cause there greedy ****? And always have been on pricing
#8
Mightyjinjo
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galaia2004
Good price at £10.99. I couldn't understand why GAME were selling Wave 1 in store for £14.99 but online for £10.99.
cause there greedy ****? And always have been on pricing

Game.co.uk and game stores are run as 2 seperate businesses but under the Game Group banner. Online prices are cheaper due to 1 warehouse for storage. Running a shop let alone over 340 costs alot more.
#9
ed1980
Mightyjinjo
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galaia2004
Good price at £10.99. I couldn't understand why GAME were selling Wave 1 in store for £14.99 but online for £10.99.
cause there greedy ****? And always have been on pricing

Game.co.uk and game stores are run as 2 seperate businesses but under the Game Group banner. Online prices are cheaper due to 1 warehouse for storage. Running a shop let alone over 340 costs alot more.

Yea but their markup in store takes the ****. A significant number of items are at least 25% more expensive in store, these are almost 50% more expensive. I rarely buy in store now, I price match cex on trades and then use the credit on the website. Tbh if they carry on ripping off their in store buyers then I wouldn't be surprised if they become online only.

Maybe that is why their pos website keeps going down, to get people in store.

Edited By: SVRich on Dec 12, 2014 13:17
#10
SVRich
ed1980
Mightyjinjo
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galaia2004
Good price at £10.99. I couldn't understand why GAME were selling Wave 1 in store for £14.99 but online for £10.99.
cause there greedy ****? And always have been on pricing

Game.co.uk and game stores are run as 2 seperate businesses but under the Game Group banner. Online prices are cheaper due to 1 warehouse for storage. Running a shop let alone over 340 costs alot more.

Yea but their markup in store takes the ****. A significant number of items are at least 25% more expensive in store, these are almost 50% more expensive. I rarely buy in store now, I price match cex on trades and then use the credit on the website. Tbh if they carry on ripping off their in store buyers then I wouldn't be surprised if they become online only.

Maybe that is why their pos website keeps going down, to get people in store.

Game are making good profits now, they will be here for a long time.

Try running a shop and charging the same as online stores
#11
ed1980
SVRich
ed1980
Mightyjinjo
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galaia2004
Good price at £10.99. I couldn't understand why GAME were selling Wave 1 in store for £14.99 but online for £10.99.
cause there greedy ****? And always have been on pricing

Game.co.uk and game stores are run as 2 seperate businesses but under the Game Group banner. Online prices are cheaper due to 1 warehouse for storage. Running a shop let alone over 340 costs alot more.

Yea but their markup in store takes the ****. A significant number of items are at least 25% more expensive in store, these are almost 50% more expensive. I rarely buy in store now, I price match cex on trades and then use the credit on the website. Tbh if they carry on ripping off their in store buyers then I wouldn't be surprised if they become online only.

Maybe that is why their pos website keeps going down, to get people in store.

Game are making good profits now, they will be here for a long time.

Try running a shop and charging the same as online stores

I'm pretty sure they thought that when they bought Gamestation and had multiple stores in each city.

It's not online stores in general, it is their own online store, I understand there would be some price difference but 25-50% is a massive mark up. A lot of chains have a price online that I can also get in store, whether it be the same anyway or in cases like PC world I can either reserve it or get them to price match their own site, in the case of places like Argos it costs more to buy it online with delivery and they run enough shop fronts. They are running them as separate entities but to consumer they aren't so it just looks like they are ripping off the people who would like to buy in store, it wouldn't be so bad if they were even competitive on the highstreet.

Edited By: SVRich on Dec 12, 2014 13:41
#12
Just popped into Game and ended up buying all 6 new ones. What has the hype done to me!
#13
ed1980
SVRich
ed1980
Mightyjinjo
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galaia2004
Good price at £10.99. I couldn't understand why GAME were selling Wave 1 in store for £14.99 but online for £10.99.
cause there greedy ****? And always have been on pricing

Game.co.uk and game stores are run as 2 seperate businesses but under the Game Group banner. Online prices are cheaper due to 1 warehouse for storage. Running a shop let alone over 340 costs alot more.

Yea but their markup in store takes the ****. A significant number of items are at least 25% more expensive in store, these are almost 50% more expensive. I rarely buy in store now, I price match cex on trades and then use the credit on the website. Tbh if they carry on ripping off their in store buyers then I wouldn't be surprised if they become online only.

Maybe that is why their pos website keeps going down, to get people in store.

Try running a shop and charging the same as online stores

CeX manage to do it :p.

But I agree that instore prices should be slightly higher for the extra costs you mntioned.
#14
jus called a branch near me and they selling £14.99 :(
#15
sm182
ed1980
SVRich
ed1980
Mightyjinjo
Comment
galaia2004
Good price at £10.99. I couldn't understand why GAME were selling Wave 1 in store for £14.99 but online for £10.99.
cause there greedy ****? And always have been on pricing

Game.co.uk and game stores are run as 2 seperate businesses but under the Game Group banner. Online prices are cheaper due to 1 warehouse for storage. Running a shop let alone over 340 costs alot more.

Yea but their markup in store takes the ****. A significant number of items are at least 25% more expensive in store, these are almost 50% more expensive. I rarely buy in store now, I price match cex on trades and then use the credit on the website. Tbh if they carry on ripping off their in store buyers then I wouldn't be surprised if they become online only.

Maybe that is why their pos website keeps going down, to get people in store.

Try running a shop and charging the same as online stores

CeX manage to do it :p.

But I agree that instore prices should be slightly higher for the extra costs you mntioned.

CEX give you pennies and charge you pounds lol

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