You can also take the DPCI # and search on Target.com for an exact match and then use the store locator there.
If you are having trouble with the above search here are more detailed directions:
Take the DPCI #s and search on target.com for an exact match and then use the store locator there. If there isn't an exact match, try googling Target and the DPCI #. For instance, on the 500 gb Seagate hard drive, it doesn't show up on the site. Google shows the online # as 13730271. Then, you can plug the online # in http://m.target.com/fiats/t- and put the online number after the - so the link would be: http://m.target.com/fiats/t-13730271. Hit enter, plug in your zip and it should work.
I will be compiling a list of clearance games and prices by system in the second post.
AS IS and SALE price reductions will not be listed in the second post. Feel free to report them in the thread.
Posted by jimijumper
on 20 February 2013 - 12:34 AM
Sorry for the abrupt end to this thread but it is being closed by me permanently. I don't have the time or patience to keep up with it.
I tried a couple iterations of this thread, both wikified and unwikified....when I left it up to the community to update the OP you guys and girls really underwhelmed me with your lack of cooperation (except for a few of you and to you I say "Thank You")
Someone else is going to have to take it upon themselves to start a new Target Clearance thread, feel free to rip anything you like from this OP (the prior thread URL's maybe???)
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