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Lego UCS Millennium Falcon 75192 at Target $799.99 or $760 with red card

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Use a red card and get 5% off making it only $760. No limit and shipping is free.

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don't forget 5% off with red card, pretty sweet deal. I personally would do pick up at the store. The less time hands touch this thing the better. I watched fedex guy drop one off his truck when he delivered it to me.
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I don't think this is becoming rare again for a while. Seems to be fully in production
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If you still have GCs from Black Friday, then this is essentially 10% off ($720). Since Lego never has a sale on this and will never find this for less than $800, it would make this a very Slickdeal!
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I feel like these won't go out of stock for another 3-4 years. Playing the false scarcity game to increase buyers. Tactic often used by Nintendo but if you notice Lego's big releases they always have some in batches every so often.
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Use a red card and get 5% off making it only $720.
Must be the "new" math.
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I wonder if the re-release will help or hurt the value of the 10179.
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OP, 5% off of $799.99 is $759.99 (unless I'm missing something). As Godson says, if you have GCs still left from BF 10% off, then it's essentially $720.

(Note: also knowing both figures i noted don't take into account tax)
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Must be the "new" math.
You beat me to the post tsglenn!
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don't forget 5% off with red card, pretty sweet deal. I personally would do pick up at the store. The less time hands touch this thing the better. I watched fedex guy drop one off his truck when he delivered it to me.
1. It currently is not giving a store pickup option
2. You do realize these aren't in stock at any Target store. When you order something for in store pickup (for any retailer really) and it says it will take days to be available/before you can pick it up, that means the item is being sent from the retailers DC to the store. Most of the times, thats via the same third-party couriers that would deliver it directly to. So, if anything, I would think theirs more risk of it getting damaged be sending it in to a retail store. The carriers these company use are used to handling packages. Not as much the associates at your retail store.

I ship & receive hundreds of packages a year (all sizes and the three main carriers (UPS, FedEx, & USPS). The number of times I've had something show up damaged is minuscule compared to the number of times all 3 of these companies have gotten it right. There are bad apples in every company and there are service failures by every company sure. However, by and large I think you'd find that most of the population experiences the same as I.
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1. It currently is not giving a store pickup option
2. You do realize these aren't in stock at any Target store. When you order something for in store pickup (for any retailer really) and it says it will take days to be available/before you can pick it up, that means the item is being sent from the retailers DC to the store. Most of the times, thats via the same third-party couriers that would deliver it directly to. So, if anything, I would think theirs more risk of it getting damaged be sending it in to a retail store. The carriers these company use are used to handling packages. Not as much the associates at your retail store.

I ship & receive hundreds of packages a year (all sizes and the three main carriers (UPS, FedEx, & USPS). The number of times I've had something show up damaged is minuscule compared to the number of times all 3 of these companies have gotten it right. There are bad apples in every company and there are service failures by every company sure. However, by and large I think you'd find that most of the population experiences the same as I.
bad apples indeed but definitely more risk in residential delivery than business delivery. When UPS pulls up to Target they are not bringing the packages in through the front door. Most of the time it's on a semi with a lot of other stuff and unloaded far safer than the package handlers sorting/delivery for residential. Even when it's not on a semi they just back up to the loading dock and wheel the items off on a handtruck.
Plus, advantage of doing store pickup is you can return on the spot if something wrong. Close the case right there.
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Incorrect..I will tell you from direct experience that Target Ship To Store deliveries are brought through the front door.

And I know the associates that handle the stuff after it comes in.

Trust me..you are better off getting it delivered directly to you by the companies the specialize in package delivery. Then, the greatest thing about Target is you have the flexibility of bringing it into the store in the rare instance that something is wrong

Even deliveries to the back dock of a retail store go on the normal trucks. They are not only loaded/sorter the same way at the carriers sort facility. They are also unloaded in smiler fashion at the retail store (even dock deliveries). You have to understand that direct to store deliveries (for online order) don't come into a retail store in even nearly the same volume as general merchandise. General Merchandise (to be placed on the shelves) is sometimes skidded and removed by fork trucks (like you talked about). However, even some retailers still loaded GM stuff into a trailer box by box (Tetris style). So, the unload and stock process is very manual (by someone making near minimum wage)
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Incorrect..I will tell you from direct experience that Target Ship To Store deliveries are brought through the front door.

And I know the associates that handle the stuff after it comes in.

Trust me..you are better off getting it delivered directly to you by the companies the specialize in package delivery. Then, the greatest thing about Target is you have the flexibility of bringing it into the store in the rare instance that something is wrong

Even deliveries to the back dock of a retail store go on the normal trucks. They are not only loaded/sorter the same way at the carriers sort facility. They are also unloaded in smiler fashion at the retail store (even dock deliveries). You have to understand that direct to store deliveries (for online order) don't come into a retail store in even nearly the same volume as general merchandise. General Merchandise (to be placed on the shelves) is sometimes skidded and removed by fork trucks (like you talked about). However, even some retailers still loaded GM stuff into a trailer box by box (Tetris style). So, the unload and stock process is very manual (by someone making near minimum wage)

I think the word you're looking for here is floor loaded onto the truck (Tetris style). Either way you're 100% correct. It's amazing how much the general public doesn't know about shipping things
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if you don't have red card, you can also buy target gc's online with 4.5% discount on 3rd party websites
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