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Any word on when the next B&N sale is going to happen? It should be any week now, right?
Usually about a week after I pay (almost) full price on a title that I can't live without. In this case, it's War and Peace on 6/25. As Rob suggests, 6/30.
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Usually about a week after I pay (almost) full price on a title that I can't live without. In this case, it's War and Peace on 6/25. As Rob suggests, 6/30.
lol You can't wait 5 extra days?
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lol You can't wait 5 extra days?
My sentiments exactly. 😄
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Old 06-15-2019, 01:12 PM
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lol You can't wait 5 extra days?
Is it confirmed to be the 30th for sure? Yes I can wait the extra days, but my closest B&N is 30 miles away. And the .com requires a minimum order, not sure what else I want at the moment. Is it cheaper to wait for a sale and buy more stuff than I intended or is it better to wait for my Amazon shipment, which will run me $30 for a $50 set? The $5 difference seems hardly worth it. I guess I gotta go to Criterion's site and see what's new. I like that they can sort by spine number.
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Is it confirmed to be the 30th for sure? Yes I can wait the extra days, but my closest B&N is 30 miles away. And the .com requires a minimum order, not sure what else I want at the moment. Is it cheaper to wait for a sale and buy more stuff than I intended or is it better to wait for my Amazon shipment, which will run me $30 for a $50 set? The $5 difference seems hardly worth it. I guess I gotta go to Criterion's site and see what's new. I like that they can sort by spine number.
Under those circumstances you might want to keep your order. Makes sense.
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Old 06-30-2019, 08:04 PM
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Criterion sale is on, so I picked up a couple movies that I could afford.

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