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[Walmart] Royal Sovereign Oscillating Ceramic Heater $18 (Reg. $44.97)

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[Walmart] Royal Sovereign Oscillating Ceramic Heater $18 (Reg. $44.97)

Royal Sovereign Oscillating Ceramic Heater
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EKaiser57 wrote:
Sep 20th, 2019 6:58 am
Now they're up to $59.99
Yes, that is a third party seller and has nothing to do with Walmart. Personally - I think this is a stupid move by retailers. When people go to walmart.ca (or bestbuy.ca) they are expecting to be dealing with that company, and not necessarily noticing (or expecting) that they have to pay attention to the selling company. I have heard from many people who have been burned by this when trying to do a return (damaged, defective, etc) to the store they thought the bought from only to be told that is was a 'different company' and they need to deal with them.
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flyer12 wrote:
Sep 20th, 2019 7:13 am
Yes, that is a third party seller and has nothing to do with Walmart. Personally - I think this is a stupid move by retailers. When people go to walmart.ca (or bestbuy.ca) they are expecting to be dealing with that company.
I agree I find this trend very annoying that every retailer is trying to turn their online website into a "marketplace" like amazon is doing. Whenever I got to walmart or bestbuy I always have to choose to filter out marketplace sellers.
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Looks like OOS, I believe they had about 100 last night when I posted the deal that was sold by Walmart.
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jimmybobert wrote:
Sep 20th, 2019 7:19 am
I agree I find this trend very annoying that every retailer is trying to turn their online website into a "marketplace" like amazon is doing. Whenever I got to walmart or bestbuy I always have to choose to filter out marketplace sellers.
Could not agree more. In fact, I have given up even looking at bestbuy.ca. It's a garbage site. Hard to look up inventory without constant page clicks...just tell me the nearest store with what I want to buy in stock. Is that rocket science?
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flyer12 wrote:
Sep 20th, 2019 7:13 am
Yes, that is a third party seller and has nothing to do with Walmart. Personally - I think this is a stupid move by retailers. When people go to walmart.ca (or bestbuy.ca) they are expecting to be dealing with that company, and not necessarily noticing (or expecting) that they have to pay attention to the selling company. I have heard from many people who have been burned by this when trying to do a return (damaged, defective, etc) to the store they thought the bought from only to be told that is was a 'different company' and they need to deal with them.
I was freak out at first..luckily the one I ordered was Sold & Shipped by Walmart
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How energy efficient are these things?
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keljai wrote:
Sep 23rd, 2019 4:27 am
How energy efficient are these things?
They have 2 settings. 750w and 1500w.

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