Discussion in 'General' started by kelvinb, 2 Dec 2011.
Some great stuff to be had ...
Indeed I popped into the Derby store the other day picked up some new PC speakers Logitech Z506 5.1 were £79.99 down to £59.99 really pleased with them. So good my house mate grabbed a pair too, while my other house mate got a home cinema system much cheaper than on-line.
Is this just in the UK? Not heard anything about US stores closing.
Uk and Europe
They are pulling out of the Uk & Europe markets so liquidating stock essentially.
That said, their 'sale' prices don't seem any cheaper on a lot of large goods compared to buying elsewhere, online atleast.
Yeah I noticed that it really doesn't seem all that cheap actually.
Lol I had no idea BestBuy were even in the UK. Thank you, Scotland.
They're already leaving the uk ? They've been there what, 2 years ?
Tis enough for most people!
So, Best Buy screws people all around the globe eh?
They only opened 11 stores and some of the locations were a bit "strange" to say the least they had planned to open alot more but with the economic down turn the decided not to and wait till things got better but as they didnt the venture failed.
I personly think if they had opened more early in big cities e.g manchester, Leeds, Edinburgh, Newcastle they might have stood a chance as dare i say it their tech support team is better then the shite we are stuck with from currys/pcworld
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