I pre-ordered my Stranger Edition with them on the 10th June and I’ve yet to have the pre-order show up on my account or receive my pre-order bonuses.
They have no phone number to call for customer service and after various failed attempts to get a resolution via their live chat I’ve just been disconnected twice after reaching #1 in the queue, after waiting nearly 45mins EACH TIME.
I am completely powerless to take my business elsewhere I can’t source this from anywhere else.
If you have retailer exclusives, please choose a reliable company!!!!
EDIT: Crikey, my first ever gold award! Thank you very much! I hope this brings attention to an issue quite a few people are having.
NintendoLife have just reported that Nintendo have stopped any European online retailer from selling digital codes for their own games (3rd party games are fine).
I guess they want to funnel people to the eShop for Mario/Zelda/Pokemon - you'll still be able to buy DLC, points cards and Switch Online membership, but no games codes as of tomorrow.
Basically, if there is anything you've been eyeing up on Deku Deals that doesn't come from the eShop, grab it quick!
EDIT: ShopTo have tweeted they'll be taking down their stuff at 11pm GMT. They've currently got 20% off nearly all of Nintendo's 1st-party games, so if you were thinking it... grab 'em fast!
Gap Inc. (GPS) - Get Report shares surged Friday after the struggling retailer unveiled a clothing and marketing partnership with entertainment mogul Kanye West.
Gap said the new 'Yeezy' clothing line, which is wholly owned by West and was recently valued at $2.9 billion, will appear in stores next year. West will receive loyalty payments and "potential equity' related to sales targets of the brand over its ten-year timeframe, Gap said.
Thoughts on this? For those who don't follow streetwear or fashion, Kanye has an incredible influence over culture and current trends. After signing with Adidas in 2015, the stock has surged 300%
I've done this a few times. If I'm not sure abut buying something I put it in my basket and then think about it for a while. Often retailers will send you a discount code which can be tempting.
You will need to have entered your email address – so progressed a step or two through the payment process, but not all the way.
EB Games has agreed to a court order to refund consumers after acknowledging they probably misled consumers about the state of Fallout 76.
Purchasers complained to Australia’s Competition and Consumer Commission, arguing that EB Games representatives had refused to refund them after they experienced a range of faults with Fallout 76, including problems with servers and bugs in the game.
As someone who has played every Fallout game since Fallout 3 first came out, I’m interested to hear everyone’s thoughts on this.
The full media release can be found here:(https://www.accc.gov.au/media-release/eb-games-undertakes-to-refund-consumers-for-the-fallout-76-game?utm_source=linkedin_accc&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=fallout_76)
I thought Costco might be the winner in the rona viture signal race. They were one of the first to make masks mandatory to enter their stores, no matter what local requirements were, and they have employees going around the store carrying signs and correcting people who fail to remain 6ft apart. I thought they had been doing the best virtue signaling.
Then I tried to go to Best Buy here in the Orlando area today. They still are not open. They still will only do curbside for pre-orders. Florida has been pretty open for weeks now but Best Buy is not opening. I think they are in first place now for retailers in the virtue signal race.
I won't name the company as I am unsure of the repercussions of doing that. I work here. The issues started when we came back from lockdown on June 8th, about two weeks ago. It was explained to us that we would be under the subsidy scheme, in that if we did not work our usual hours we would still be paid our average wage as the subsidy would cover the rest of the hours after the company has already paid us for hours worked. It was also explained that we would be paid accordingly if we worked more hours than what our usual hours covered. Realistically, I knew I would be working alot more as everyone knew it would be mad busy.
I worked a lot more hours than what is covered, and I assume many other workers in different stores did the same, all under the impression that we would be paid for this work, obviously. When I was paid, I noticed that it was considerably less than what I should have been paid and that nearly all of the wage was paid through the subsidy scheme. I text about th... keep reading on reddit ➡
I was waiting for the back to school promotion from Apple where you get 10% discount and free AirPods and I came across a better deal which saved me £535. I have had my current MacBook Air for 5 years and I have seen so many people get their “free “ headphones over the years and I eagerly waited for mine. But turns out I won’t get it after all.
From Apple: for the pro 16inches, silver, i9, 16gb, 1TB is £2800 after the discount £2520 plus the shit apple warranty for limited to 2 accidental damage with excess that you have to pay for is £399(3years). You also get the AirPods which is worth £140.
From different shop: for the same spec £2149 plus £95 for 3 year warranty and unlimited breakage.
Apple: 2520+ 399 -140 = 2779 Other: 2149 + 95 = 2244
Total saved: £535
Although the discount is only available for the silver one and not space grey which I personally don’t mind, especially if I can save that much money.
I don’t know if it is common sense but when you do buy it’s best to c... keep reading on reddit ➡
We are strongly pro-mask, but I’m not comfortable asking my employees to confront/refuse service to persons choosing not to comply with what seems to be an unenforceable order.
Mods- I believe this conversation deserves its own thread.
I haven't seen this in my part of Toronto, but I don't doubt that it's coming. How do folks here react to COVID fees?
I just bought some Broken Coast Quadra, we all know Broken Coast has exceptional products on the legal/medical market. However, I don't know how I feel about paying $12-14/gram when the product was packaged nearly 1 year ago (2019-07-16) and thats just a package date, who knows when this flower was actually harvested.
I don't think that paying full retail for cannabis that's a year old is fair. Hopefully retailers take note of this going forward as I can see it being more of an issue once this market settles down in a few years. Fresh flower was been the biggest down side of the legal market as it just takes way too long for some of the LP's to get their products to market through all the red tape. Any thoughts on this??
Include the type too, please. :-D
@amekellc on instagram, www.ame-ke.com
Some brands they carry are Unsun Cosmetics, Black Girl Sunscreen, Rosen Skincare, and Triple O Polish.
I've ordered from them before and they shipped quickly with minimal packaging waste.
ETA: deal is today only, sorry I should have put that in the title!
You guys are probably tired of hearing this, but I haven't seen any lists posted here. I know people have said target restocks daily but you have to get there at opening. We have one about 30 minutes away which I'm planning on checking out on Friday.
But besides that bestbuy is always sold out, our walmarts only carries lites, everyone on offerup is a scammer, people on facebook around here are price gougers, I've even checked every foreign amazon site and if they're in stock then it's quite a bit more than what I'd pay here brand new.
I can't find a place that has like a preorder roster so I would definitely like to know if there's any of those out there too. I'm just worried that when nintendo ships out this big batch at the start of the summer price gougers will snatch them up before I can get one.
Stores have a capacity set in order to help people physically distance. If you approach a business and you're the first to start a line don't:
Yell at the person at the door.
Go "pfft" (basically spitting) when they answer your question about capacity.
Get in the managers face yelling about how you feel.
Yell "FUCK YOU" when asked to at least keep six feet back.
I dont care if you spend $5 or $500 when you come in, being a customer does not give you the right to behave like that.
Some of the specifics I’m wondering about are: How do they tend to be structured? Who provides the capital? How do they differ from standard bank issued credit cards from the issuers perspective? Where can I learn more?
My US issued credit cards won't work on any of them. Tried Tokopedia, Lazada, JD, Shopee, and Blibli.
Any way to get this to work short of applying for an Indonesian bank account? It's for electronics so it's too much to pay in Circle K and even if possible I'd rather not pay cash at a bank. There is no COD option either.
I was waiting for the 4a to come out when I see that the Pixel 4 and XL are $300 off at many retailers including Amazon, Best Buy, and the Google Store. So the 64GB pixel 4 is $499! Too good of a deal to pass up and dont have to wait for the 4a. You can get the phone today @ Best Buy with curb-side pick up. Seems to be US only :(
edit - England
Yesterday I ordered a fairly large bunch of flowers (from a very large flower store) for my mother as a thank you gift, online they looked really great and the photo advertised was a "medium" bunch, which in the photo included 6 roses, 3 cerise gerberas and purple alstromeria. I opted for the larger option for £32.99, thinking - you know, it'd be bigger.
My order was received today, it came a little squashed and looked pretty underwhelming, I realised I also had the exact same amount of roses and gerberas as a medium order, and much less of the extra stuff to compliment it. I emailed them to saying I ordered a larger set but they seem fairly small and underwhelming and attached a photo to show the count was the same as a medium set and I got this in response:
"We do understand however, that when dealing with perishable items such as flowers, some stems may not perform as we would hope and we are keen to address these issues.
Having reviewed the photograph you hav... keep reading on reddit ➡
Privet druzya !
I live in France, and we have two major companies dedicated to computer hardware retailing for gaming. Delivery takes less than a week, it has become a must for everyone here. Other than that, we have Amazon, which is also very well implemented. How is it like for our fellow Russians ?
I would like to know what are the most popular websites in terms of computer hardware (especially for gaming) in Russia. Life must be complicated without the giant Amazon