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ndviper wrote:Its too bad these weren't Target Exclusives instead. We all would of probably found them by now and be happy campers instead of wondering if we may miss out on them due to Walmart dragging their feet with the ROC line so far.
Actually I wouldn't of minded if these were Target Exclusives and the mini vehicle with figure would of went to Walmart instead. (Until wave two of the mini vehicles come out that is, looking forward to that snake armor.)
dmess wrote:Wal-mart should not get exclusives if they will not stock them in every store. Around me only half the stores actually carry exclsuives and then it is a hit or miss. Either they have a ton in one store or they only get a case. Their distribution system on exclsuives is horrid.
I'd be happy if Target was the ONLY store to get exclusives as they seem to handle them the best of any retailer.
That being said, i was able to grab two of the three on wal-Mart .com so at least I had a chance....
Count Blacktron wrote:Biggest retailer in the world. Sitting at the top smiling and happy how they beat all the rest. Funny how they can't even seem to maintain the IMAGE of being the top retailer. They really need to "Roll Back" their image.
Stryker927 wrote:I hear what you guys and others are saying but lets be honest, retailers make decisions on what stock to carry at locations based on past performance. I am not a big fan of Wal-Mart but they are up there for a reason. They make cost saving decisions that directly effect their bottom line. And also focus on core lines of products that are their bread & butter (pun intended) and bring in the most revenue. Selling millions of 12 packs of Coke, Bread, Eggs, Milk, meat, veggies, along with household product is going to get the majority of the focus. A toy exclusive is going to be limited to areas that have shown interest in the past as well as economically make sense in that the local consumer has "spending money" for such things. The current economy has definitely made this a priority for the box stores as they have chosen to focus intently on successful core products in their local stores to minimize lost revenue, overstock, and misused store space.
HitandRun wrote:That means they've hit Wisconsin! Woohoo! I'll be on the lookout for them.
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