oh yea, please do. Might save me a trip. I was looking a three things. Video Cards, Speakers, and DVD Burner!
They don't seem to have very good deals, yet. All of the tags that I saw around the store are for 10% off, but they said some things were 10 and some were 20. Most of that stuff will put you right in line with Best Buy. Of the items that you specifically were lookin for, speakers were the only things that had a tag on them and they were 10% off. There were still people putting as tags as I was walking around, though.
A guy at work here works a few nights part time at CompUSA and said last night was the last night they could use their employee discount. I asked if they were going to have any big sales and he said maybe closer to the final date but for now the plan is probably to just see if they can deplete their inventory. They were bought out by a liquidation company so I would not be surprised if the remaining inventory is shipped out and sold elsewhere.
Yeah I wouldn't expect prices to be lower than you can already get at NewEgg and other sites. Like was stated - they sold out to a liquidation firm that does everything they can to get as much money out of the stuff as possible. CompUSA is known for keeping ancient things in inventory and being low on stock of modern stuff so I would expect to see crappy stuff on the shelves before the sales get real deep. They'll move the other stuff out and sell it to other retailers or places like Overstock.com.
A program isn't built on one player and it doesn't succeed because of one player, thus a program won't fail if it doesn't get that one player.
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