Special Promos (for the first 300 people each day)
Friday (September 20): FREE Collectible LEGO T-Shirt with a $50 Purchase!
Saturday (September 21) FREE Limited-Edition LEGO Store Set with a $75 Purchase!
Sunday (September 22): Free Exclusive LEGO Minifigure Set with a $50 Purchase!
Article Link: http://toysnbricks.com/lego-store-guild ... d-opening/
Think about the store could only allow 30 to 40 people be there at once. Since not everyone would just grab and go and there will be another lineup at POS, you do the Math how fast the line would move. Thus, it was a torture waiting at the line, imo.
Please share your experience (if you could) after participating this event, I am interested to know how bad/good the line up is.
Bringing your own chair. LOL. Feels like lining up at the Apple store for a newly released iphone, which ironically is today too.legohunter wrote:I think 9am would be margainal for Saturday event. I was there at 8am and store opened at 9am last year. Unfortunately, I was about the twentieth who missed the grand opening gift after 5 hrs waiting. I suggest you get there as early as you can, and bring your own chair. The earlier you join the line, the earlier you could go home and build your lego sets.
I think this store might not have as heavy of a lineup compared to Oakridge as that was the first store here. Also, people were going crazy with the lego store set since only 3 other stores had them that time.
This sounded shoppers in the town were prudential with their expenditure. It wasn't a good sign that the free gift couldn't motivate them to spend money.Periolocum wrote:Most surprisingly is that they run out the minivan, faster than the store set
According to their receipt, the gift is worth $17.99. So if I return everything but keep the LEGO Store Set, I'd should only be paying $17.99 for the set.
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