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I’m not sure if I’ve been missing them, but I’ve noticed that I haven’t seen one in quite some time. Perhaps stores have learned from Games Republic’s Civ 6 fiasco and have tightened up on how they release price reductions to the public in order to avoid going out of business. Even though I usually already have what they’re selling because it’s been packaged or on a deep discount several times, stores are now more likely to give a game away, which is always cool. There are 14 comments. 62 percent upvoted by sharesavehidereport This discussion has been closed. There are no new comments or votes that can be made. Sort by the strongest.
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With Prime Day 2020 kicking off on October 13th, bargain hunters are gearing up for some of Amazon’s best online sales and discounts. Although you can usually expect discounts on electronics, household goods, tablets, and a slew of other goodies, every now and then an offer appears that is just too good to be true (or at least, purposeful).
When a $600 camera is on sale for less than $100, one might believe something is seriously wrong. The $94.48 Sony camera bug that surprised and delighted Prime Day 2019 shoppers was all too real—but it was only available for a half-hour in the middle of the night.
Although we can’t tell for sure what went wrong on Amazon’s end, mistakes like this do happen, and our group works hard to be the first to report them. If you want to receive emails as soon as new “too good to be true” offers are published, make sure to set up a Deal Alert for “price mistakes.”
Unfortunately, several hopeful customers had their hopes dashed when they received an anticipated but still awful termination email from Amazon, claiming that the orders could not be fulfilled due to an error in pricing. The fact that not everyone got a cancellation email kept hope alive during the agonizing wait for the cameras to arrive.
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I just paid $167.91 for two SONY 55in LED 3D Smart TVs. They took the TV down soon after I bought it, or it sold out, I’m not sure. Do you think they’ll honor it, or am I in for a rude awakening? Do you have any ideas on what I should do? Free delivery, by the way, and I purchased the 4 year warranty on my first order because it was only 22 dollars. lmao Yes, it was purchased from a major third-party seller rather than Amazon. I did some research on the AtoZ guarantee. I’m really interested to see what happens. There are currently 8 comments. 77 percent upvoted by sharesavehidereport This discussion has been closed. There are no new comments or votes that can be made. Sort by the strongest.
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Hello, everybody! a little off track, but I believe this may be useful to others, or at the very least, remind them that such things exist. I’m looking for a dependable and up to date service that tracks down and alerts you to price glitches or mistakes on popular sites like Amazon and the like, but I can’t seem to find something that’s up to date or available enough. I live in Europe, but I’m happy to purchase from stores in the United States or the United Kingdom if shipping costs are reasonable. If you have any suggestions for me? Thank you for taking the time to read this. There are 5 comments. 85 percent sharesavehidereport Voted up This discussion has been closed. There are no new comments or votes that can be made. Sort by the strongest.