Sarcastic wrote:Critics say Best Buy stores are hurting because they have become showrooms for Amazon.com Inc and other online retailers, as shoppers check out electronics like high-definition TVs and then buy them elsewhere for less.
^ I agree with that. I do it and I know other people who do it.
Sarcastic wrote:You go where the cheaper source is. Right now, cheaper prices are outside of BB. I mean, high-end stuff isn't going to disappear because BB goes out of business.
Sarcastic wrote:Yeah, BB has a nice showroom. There is a 20th AVE Electronics in Paramus NJ that I went to a few times last summer. Nice showroom with high-end stuff. I get what you're saying. It'll suck if the only place we can buy are walmart and costco. I don't know what BB can do to lower their prices, but it'd be nice if they did.
King Sid the Great 87 wrote:
Warranties, like all other forms of insurance, are a net win for those providing it. If they weren't, they wouldn't offer. I laugh every time a Best Buy employee tries to scare someone into buying an extended warranty.
mac5155 wrote:my business plan: buy store space, open up back to school shop july-sept, halloween costume sept-oct, christmas decorations nov-dec, and shut down in the summer months.
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