Autobot032 wrote:Mindmaster wrote:Autobot032 wrote:T-Macksimus wrote:WOW! I'm floored that this is actually in my state. Normally I'd have to wait longer to see something like this roll in here. It's down in Olympia though and I'll be damned if I'm going to drive my 6 cylinder beast 80 miles one-way just to gamble on the figures being in stock by the time I get down there. There's close to 2 dozen Targets between here and Olympia and more if I want to start heading north towards the border so I'll try my luck closer to home. Those are darn nice looking figures and two that are on my "Must Have" list so I'm thinking tomorrow might be a good day to toss the kids in the car and do some local scouting around.
Call first. Give them the DPCI to see if they even have any Voyager Class figures in stock. If they do, have them direct you to toys. Once connected, have the person look for Blitzwing and Springer. If they say they have them, tell them you're on your way from wherever, and it's going to take awhile. They will hold it at the customer service desk for you. I've done this countless times.
Is it possible that they can do that for at least 24 hours? I'm about to call my local Target and ask if they have them in stock, but I can't stop by today, but I can probably stop by tomorrow.
All I can say is ask. I know they'll do it for a couple of hours, but I don't know if they'll do it overnight. EDIT: Call closer to closing time and see if they have it. Tell them you won't be able to make it in until tomorrow and see if they can hold it until tomorrow afternoon. They might just say yes. (I mean, since it's going to the CSD overnight when the store isn't open, I can't imagine it's that much trouble for them.)
If that doesn't work, call about 10:00 AM. They open at 8:00 but new stuff isn't stocked until about 10 or so.
Thanks, Autobot. I'll call within an hour and ask if they can do an overnight holding for me.