Well here's a fun story today.
Went to walmart 1 where I know I saw Captain Tsubasa last week. Totally struck out, though did find Dreams PS4 for $8 and a copy of Mario 3D Land 3DS for $9.
Go to walmart #2 and completely struck out. No $.03 games, not even a single 3DS game on the shelf. Zilch.
Next up was walmart #3. I planned ahead and saw a few $10 3DS games I wanted on brickseek, so I was pretty confident I'd find some things I want. I was right and picked up Majora's Mask, Pokemon Ultra Moon, Ocarina of Time, Bowser's Inside Story, and Animal Crossing New Leaf.
Now here's the butterfly effect part... after I ring out at the electronics counter, I had a gut instinct to double check the shelf before I left. A different employee came up next to me and started scanning games. Sparked up conversation and he didn't know the 3DS games were marked down, he was excited when he saw me purchase them at the register. He proceeds to tell me he assisted in taking down the $.03 games over the weekend. I told him a few I was looking forward to playing, and he goes "oh I know those, I'm sure I saw them and still have them put away". He goes in the back and brings out Captain Tsubasa, Darksiders Genesis, and Streets of Rage 4 for PS4.
Now an electronics leader is watching him at this point and says "you can't sell those, they're on a hold to send back". Thanks to the forum here, I knew this round of $.03 games was not restricted like the previous batch. I asked "hey can you scan them and let me know if they can be sold or come up restricted?". Sure enough they ring up fine, and the supervisor says "well if they scan and ring up then you can sell then. Picked up the three PS4 games along with the 3DS games and left a happy customer!