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JustinSaneV2

Member Since 04 May 2007
Offline Last Active May 08 2021 10:24 PM
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In Topic: Sam's Club Nintendo Accessory Clearance [YMMV]

06 May 2021 - 09:37 PM

In store? YMMV?

Sorry.  All in-store.


In Topic: Walmart YMMV In Store Clearance Thread I (READ THE FAQs)

31 March 2021 - 06:59 PM

Control, Wolfenstien, Midevil, samurai showdown, LA Noire (Switch), Fallout 76 (like 15 copy’s of the steelbook), Motocross, Star Fox (Wii U) all for .03!!!

Got Sims combo pack for the wife normally $40, clearance for $10
I have another receipt when I went back and found more games for .03. Employee told me it was “restricted to sell”, but he was cool and did an override. 🔥
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Someone's going to get Home Office's attention  :lol:


In Topic: Walmart YMMV In Store Clearance Thread I (READ THE FAQs)

26 March 2021 - 07:13 PM

Brickseek says now that fallout76 is out of stock in the store i went yesterday. I saw like 20 copies.

Inventory was probably transferred over to the claims department.


In Topic: Walmart YMMV In Store Clearance Thread I (READ THE FAQs)

26 March 2021 - 06:21 PM

How can you take it to self checkout before they remove it from the security case? Do you mean the cheaper games that aren't in the security case? I see Dragon Quest Builders 2 for 3 cents. I really want to try buying it. Lol

You're going to have zero luck with that.  It's a POS sales restriction that can't be overridden. 


In Topic: Walmart YMMV In Store Clearance Thread I (READ THE FAQs)

26 March 2021 - 06:20 PM

The thing I'm wondering is if managers will have the opportunity to override the price and put back out on the floor.  I know a bunch of stores that took the last batch of 3c games and just raised them back up to $5-$20 

 

Also, it seems like a lot of these games only dropped to 3 cents at like 1/3 of the nearby stores and are still full price at the others.  If it was a company-wide rebate thing, you'd think it would be companywide.  

They can't override the price of an item that is marked as recall/RTV (return to vendor) as the POS system won't allow the sale.  In the past Walmart relied on associates knowing that a game or any item priced at $.03 is an item that needs to pulled from the floor and sent back to claims.  That apparently didn't go over well at quite a few stores so corporate finally implemented a process to ensure proper action is taken on these items.