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nintendo wii @ Woolworths

tracyjr Avatar
9y, 4d agoFound 9 years, 4 days ago
nintendo wii with 2 mario games. (my 1st post :o))

Go on woolworths website between 6 and 7pm on Monday or Tuesday. (This is apparently when they put available stock on line according to the girl in Woolies) It will say it is out of stock, but if you click on 'more details' it will allow you to reserve one to be collected in your local store or delivered if you wish. Got One ordered myself to pick up on the 17th. Fingers crossed x

Hope this helps someone
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#1
still stupid bundles
#2
Even Woolworths will be out to make a few quid. It all depends on how much you want one.
#3
Yeah, if I wanted a Wii I'd rather get a stupid bundle than buy from a wiipimp on ebay.
#4
Why isn't there a price. :?
#5
Sorry. Its my 1st deal. £249.97
#6
jonneyt
Yeah, if I wanted a Wii I'd rather get a stupid bundle than buy from a wiipimp on ebay.

Cheers. At at least £300 for your basic Wii on ebay, surely you're getting a better bargain and it will come with a years warranty.
#7
thats not TOO bad surely? with 2 mario games?

a little ott ok, but ive seen worse
#8
tracyjr
Cheers. At at least £300 for your basic Wii on ebay, surely you're getting a better bargain and it will come with a years warranty.

Well thats odd cos all the ones ive seen going on ebay are not going for more then around £250...although its still over the odds i agree!!
The ones on Ebay generally sell with a receipt as well ..so you still have your 1 years warranty!!!
infact some I have seen sell for less then £225....not much profit in it for the sellers when you consider they have ebay costs and paypal costs on top of all the faffing trying to secure stock in the first place!!!
:whistling: :giggle:
#9
This deal was posted last week. As was the info regarding woolies wii stock being for sale every Mon at 6pm.
I ordered one of these bundles last Monday at 6.30pm, knowing that my kids aged 2-8 (five of them) would like the games. I ordered to collect from store. It showed as in stock available for delivery by 10th Dec.
The order showed the option to cancel, and the funds as not taken. On Weds I was lucky enough to order one from play.com. So on Thurs I tried to cancel the package. The option was still available. On Fri Morning Woolies billed my card and the status changed to 'ready to dispatch' and there it has remained. I called up woolies and expressed my upset and the lady said nothing could be done. It would take 7 days to get instore and a further 5 to refund the price.
Really annoyed.
And RE: prices on ebay, is it not early days for the price?
#10
i dont think we should compare prices with ebay anyway
banned#11
I don't see what all the bother is about. I got 4 wii's all for £179.99 each. If you know where to look you can get one no problem at all.
#12
I booked a Wii at my local Woolies. They keep a list of names, phone numbers and addresses per store. We were number 28 on the list.

We were told they would be expecting a shipment in the day after. If we received a phone call we would have one.

The next day my wife got a call from Woolies wanting payment for it. She told them that I would have to pay for it when I got back from work. So she was told that there definitaly was one with our name on it and they would ring back at 6pm.

We waited but no call.

So we rang our local Woolies. Sorry but no Wii for you we were told. They had only received 2 for the store.

Company wide (all Woolies in the UK) they received 4000 Wii's.

So if you're really expecting Woolies to supply that Wii you've def' got on order then you could well be disappointed.
#13
Floravada
Well thats odd cos all the ones ive seen going on ebay are not going for more then around £250...although its still over the odds i agree!!
The ones on Ebay generally sell with a receipt as well ..so you still have your 1 years warranty!!!
infact some I have seen sell for less then £225....not much profit in it for the sellers when you consider they have ebay costs and paypal costs on top of all the faffing trying to secure stock in the first place!!!
:whistling: :giggle:


I made £65 out of mine.

:)

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