How do you guys spend your Saturday nights.
Neglecting my game collection to look for deals on games I won’t play. Obviously.
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Posted by BrokeDude509 on 06 July 2018 - 03:49 AM
Not to start a riot here, but I would love to know how people want to handle glitches in the future. I posted that I found a really huge glitch and wanted to know the best way to share it. Very few people even said anything at all. Of the ones who did, most either told me to sit on it so it didn't get blown out of hand like last year's Flipageddon, or were pretty clearly lurkers and scammers. I only responded to people who had a lot of positive feedback, had been members several years, and who had many recent posts. That was like two or three people who contacted me, total.
The way I see it from the reaction that it's now getting is that we should either just tell everyone everything (but loose lips sink ships) or don't even say anything at all, which sort of detracts from the point of having this forum at all.
I am truly sorry to anyone who just totally missed my post, to anyone I didn't tell who deserved to know, or anyone I told who didn't deserve to know. I truly doubt I'll ever be the one to find a glitch like that again, but I would love to know what I should do if it does happen.
Posted by Lumas101 on 05 July 2018 - 11:41 PM
Posted by Hellacious on 04 July 2018 - 02:32 PM
I slam people who buy stores out and screw people just trying to get a deal over my dude
Bottom line making the information public after the fact when some people haven't even received their items not to mention all but guarantees a glitch like this won't happen again. That is just a greedy thing to do.
Elitism at its finest. "Look at me guys I got in on a deal that you didn't"
If the truth be known you don't even know how to glitch, bro. You paid at least double what you needed to achieve greatness.
Posted by TuscaloosaJohnny on 04 July 2018 - 12:18 PM
Posted by wakkawakka on 05 June 2018 - 08:58 AM
Posted by Master Miguel on 03 June 2018 - 05:39 AM
Hopes not a good way to run a business. Best Buy is not Depleting stock that is a sad excuse for item limits. So now Best Buy is worried about who they sell it to (flippers) So if you ship it to 1 person 100 copies ( which dont happen) or 100 people whats the difference they are all being shipped nobody is in the store.
You are wrong. You think walmart added groceries to their stores because of the insane profit it brings in? They hope that while you're picking up milk or snacks for your kids you'll go grab diapers and an outfit or make a trip through the clothes or toys aisles while they've got you in their store. They make you wait 45 mins for a prescription at their pharmacy (that literally takes 10 mins at most to fill if its really busy) because they hope you'll buy some clothes or electronics while you wait. Why do you think most every store has pop and candy and little kids things around the registers? Because they hope while you're waiting in line your kids will beg for something, you'll be slightly hungry and grab a snack, you'll read a snippet of a magazine and decide to buy it, etc.
People on this website are not the norm. Most people rarely shop around and if they do not much. GCU would bring people into the store/website, it would earn them points that they would then use on other items in the store, it would garner loyalty and make people shop there more as a result. They hope that every little trick they use will get people into the store buying other things. Businesses don't put things on sale just out of the goodness of their hearts, despite what you want to believe. They likely ran some profit analysis, saw GCU had outlasted its use, and phased it out.
Posted by Uncle Anwar on 09 February 2018 - 11:24 PM