meeotch wrote:DPCI = Department Product Class Item. Think of it as an in-house product number that may or may not be tied to one unique UPC. For example, both the Grievous Mini and the Torrent Mini have the same DPCI and are listed in the Target system as "Star Wars Lego Impulse", or something very similar, even though they have different UPC's.
As far as doing your price adjustment, I wish you luck. I'm not going to say that they won't do it for you (guest services is one of the few areas I'm not trained, so I don't know if it's the type of thing that the system strictly doesn't allow or if it's a case-by-case kind of thing) but the Target company line is that merchandise that has gone clearance is not eligible for the 14 day price adjustment. Someone may have given you bad information. So, to reiterate, good luck, but don't be terribly disappointed if you leave without getting your "refund."
Blondie-Wan wrote: As it is, even the City and Pirates impulses were almost completely gone at the reduced price...
Tyrant wrote:Not to side track, but I have seen the impulse sets at Wal Mart before. Not all Wal Marts. Just one I occasionally go to (because it's in a city that's over an hour drive). They had tons of the Troll Impulse set for Christmas. They kept them hanging around at full price forever when I kept reading reposrts of them clearancing every place else. They must have finally knocked their price down because the last time I was there they were gone. I love my local Wal Marts that either don't know what clearance is or make sure they don't even have enough stock to last through Christmas, much less afterwards.
Blondie-Wan wrote:As it happens, I just saw one at a Wal-Mart here last night (in the wee hours of this morning, actually). It was the Firefighter, and there was a tag for it on the shelf - one that specifically referred to the Firefighter set, rather than a price tag for impulse sets in general, and there were no other such tags for other impulses. It was as though they were selling just that one particular set, but my understanding was the impulses are offered to stores only in case assortments that contain a mix. Huh.
Anyway, this was being offered at $3.67. It's bizarre to see Wal-Mart of all places offering LEGO at above MSRP, even if just by a tiny amount. I was amazed to learn of it last year with the Indy set Temple of the Crystal Skull, but since then I've seen it with several sets.
But at least now I've seen the impulses at one more store...
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