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aquariaguy wrote:
Dec 3rd, 2017 9:28 pm
TRU doesn't price match Amazon. Got shot down at the Hwy 7 location both of them.
I think the poster above you meant Amazon will price match Costco, usually.
They don't price match 100% of the sets.
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Answers wrote:
Dec 3rd, 2017 3:57 pm
... im sorry to question you again, but your posts lack the information to backup your comments. "2 of the greatest games ever" being what? Zelda? that was on the WiiU, Mario Kart 8? also on the wiiU, odyssey? seems like the Mario 64, Galaxy 1 and 2, and paint.
Are you trolling or genuinely ignorant?
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MoneyHypeMike wrote:
Dec 3rd, 2017 9:54 pm
I think the poster above you meant Amazon will price match Costco, usually.
They don't price match 100% of the sets.
Amazon doesn't price match typically but ymmv.
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playerhayter wrote:
Dec 3rd, 2017 1:10 pm
Don't think I'll order shipped stuff from Tru again. They use purolator, who are awful (didn't knock for delivery so I had to pick up at their Etobicoke location). And then they accidentally only packed one of two games I ordered.

Good deal for pickup in store tho.
I didn't pay attention to the shipper TRU uses, but my few orders were shipped with no padding inside the shipping box. :/
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aquariaguy wrote:
Dec 3rd, 2017 9:28 pm
TRU doesn't price match Amazon. Got shot down at the Hwy 7 location both of them.
Almost everything is automatically price matched to Amazon. It's only if Amazon cuts the price on an item, is when TRU is slower on matching the price.

You can't price match if the item is out of stock online on Amazon Canada. If it is in stock, there should be no issue as long as UPC (barcode) matches.
"Retailer must have the advertised item in-stock and be available for immediate sale in the same local market area"

http://www.toysrus.ca/shop/index.jsp?ca ... d=11770205
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meepsheep wrote:
Dec 4th, 2017 1:31 pm
Almost everything is automatically price matched to Amazon. It's only if Amazon cuts the price on an item, is when TRU is slower on matching the price.

You can't price match if the item is out of stock online on Amazon Canada. If it is in stock, there should be no issue as long as UPC (barcode) matches.
"Retailer must have the advertised item in-stock and be available for immediate sale in the same local market area"

http://www.toysrus.ca/shop/index.jsp?ca ... d=11770205
Since the summer I haven't been able to pricematch with Amazon at Toys R Us. They deny it each time. Which store have you tried it at?
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aquariaguy wrote:
Dec 4th, 2017 7:14 pm
Since the summer I haven't been able to pricematch with Amazon at Toys R Us. They deny it each time. Which store have you tried it at?
thornhill.

What do they tell you tho
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RiftOfChaos wrote:
Dec 3rd, 2017 5:19 pm
Yeah Zelda and Mario Odyssey. The latter I am playing now and it's honestly brings me back to my childhood.

I also can't wait for Metroid Prime, a new Smash game, and a handful of others.

I think the hybrid nature of the system is ingenious.
I spent a lot of time playing on my patio this summer. Trading in my Wii-U was the right choice, I'm still playing Zelda on my left screen right now. Only thing I miss from the Wii-U is Mario Maker.

The other hidden plus with the switch is how easy you can move room to room if you have more than one dock. Just waiting for Madden and NHL, which I hear we will may get next year.
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I just ordered three Switch games for $200.97 before tax that would have cost $239.97 anywhere else... savings of $44.85 after tax!
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Answers wrote:
Dec 3rd, 2017 11:28 am
The Switch is available, is this something to get excited about? or is that fad over?
Calling the Switch a fad is a trigger for a lot of people. You are literately comparing it to fidget spinners.

Just because it's in stock doesn't mean it's not popular. It's been selling extremely well even at the regular price, and having 10% off is quite the bargain.
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Lone_Prodigy wrote:
Dec 3rd, 2017 10:43 pm
Are you trolling or genuinely ignorant?
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