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You literally just quoted me saying I did compare the upc codes. Number by number, backward and forward. But hey, believe whatever you want. I'm glad bs works for you, and someday I'll probably be tempted to try again on one of these deals despite my own experiences and the experiences of thousands of others here. Someday I might get lucky.
That makes absolutely no sense since brickseek pulls data directly from walmarts stock API. Check it right now, what price does it show? The only scenario that I could think of is a price change by walmart while the inventory on brickseek was alittle old (they dont constantly hammer WM's server checking inventory all day long), but thats extremely unlikely especially on an old forgotten clearance item.

To put it another way, if you gave the BS UPC to an employee and they entered it into the WM handheld it would show exactly what BS shows, as both systems use the same data.
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I just discovered Brickseek and found several items that I would have bought if Walmart had them. Brickseek showed items in stock at the store I went to and they said they didn't have any. Either Brickseek is wrong or Walmart is lying for some reason. One of the items was this TV which said limited stock but the other items had several left according to Brickseek.
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Been shouting this from the rooftops for ages now. Forget Brickseek/Walmart. Its a joke.
YOU. WILL. NEVER. EVER. GET. THE. ITEM.

Geez. These Walmart Brickseek bullshit posts belong elsewhere. They do not belong on Slickdeals.
I get them all the time. There's 3 Walmarts around me that are almost always synced with brickseek. I love these posts and have an alert set. Sorry if you don't have luck with them, but perhaps you should ignore them instead of demanding they be removed from Slickdeals. It's better than the paid front page shill.
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Glad I checked SD before leaving work, snagged the last one they had on my way home. Should be a quick and easy flip.
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People joke around about employees snatching up these brickseek deals, but this is actually one I would expect an aware employee to do... a 55 inch 4K smart tv for $60..? Insane
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People joke around about employees snatching up these brickseek deals, but this is actually one I would expect an aware employee to do... a 55 inch 4K smart tv for $60..? Insane
Yes of course thats why the key is to try to get it without them finding out the price. Employees arent siting there scanning the barcodes all day and have no idea what the price is generally. In this case I can confirm that this has shown the price for me for over a month now, just was waiting till I was in the area to see if they actually have it.
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Brickseek's pretty accurate. The problem is finding an employee that is willing to help you.
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Called to check, employee said they have one in stock but it rang up as $328. Bs showed 59, not sure who to believe or both maybe
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Brickseek's pretty accurate. The problem is finding an employee that is willing to help you.
Yes and no. Its perfectly accurate in regards to WM's own inventory system.

Cases where the WM inventory is off (each case I ran into personally there maybe other cases):
-Stolen TV's (yes people literally walk out with them, I watched the inventory price drop to $.03 before it was deleted from the system)
-Returned TV (often damaged sitting waiting to go back to manufacture)
-Display TV, employees are less likely to even find these

I have seen a store be off by 3 TV's of the same model before.

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Called to check, employee said they have one in stock but it rang up as $328. Bs showed 59, not sure who to believe or both maybe
Cant tell if lack common sense, trolling, or what. I can say its posts like this that makes me participate less on here especially in the YMMV deals. You dont have to be a veteran deal hunting wizard to know that calling a store with a $60 55" 4K TV is a bad idea. Two logical conclusions, they found the wrong TV hence the wrong price or they lied to you; either way no TV for you.
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It rang up in the hundreds because its not the right TV. If it had the same UPC code you would have paid what BS says. Why didnt you just take out your phone and scan the UPC with the walmart app to confirm price? Or at the very least compare UPC codes?



LMAO. Yes definitely use the junk walmart app to confirm availability because thats better than walmarts own internal inventory system (which brickseek uses).

But hey what do I know, I only have purchased hundreds of YMMV walmart clearance deals (lost count, TVs, smartwatches, soundbars, laptops, memory cards, speakers, etc).
So a third party website shows more accurate inventory than walmart's own app you say?
Try again.
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Called to check, employee said they have one in stock but it rang up as $328. Bs showed 59, not sure who to believe or both maybe
Never ever call! Ever. That's how employees snatch stuff up and price mistake deals get ruined.
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So a third party website shows more accurate inventory than walmart's own app you say?
Try again.
Why dont you read instead of posting misinformation? I already explained how brickseek works (just a few post up if you can be bothered to scroll up). But hey if you trust the walmart app over walmarts own inventory system thats your problem not mine.

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Never ever call! Ever. That's how employees snatch stuff up and price mistake deals get ruined.
I agree with your never call advice 100%. But make no mistake this is NOT a price mistake deal. This is a clearance deal for a TV thats old and WM wants gone.
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I often cross-check walmart.com with brickseek. If wm.com says it's not available for pickup then there's a good chance that BS is wrong. That said, there's a good chance BS is wrong, period!
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Yes of course thats why the key is to try to get it without them finding out the price. Employees arent siting there scanning the barcodes all day and have no idea what the price is generally. In this case I can confirm that this has shown the price for me for over a month now, just was waiting till I was in the area to see if they actually have it.
i'm convinced some local walmart worker is also a slickdealer. i used to get these deals about 50% of the time, now my local store is always sold out. pretty sure one of their workers is watching for these YMMV deals and snagging them.

and sometimes BS is just wrong on inventory. I've never found an item that was listed as Limited Stock, however.
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i'm convinced some local walmart worker is also a slickdealer. i used to get these deals about 50% of the time, now my local store is always sold out. pretty sure one of their workers is watching for these YMMV deals and snagging them.

and sometimes BS is just wrong on inventory. I've never found an item that was listed as Limited Stock, however.
I believe there is a premium Brickseek offering that allows people to see heavily discounted items at their store, and clear this stuff out efficiently, for their little flea market tables or whatever.

Another thing about Walmart is the stuff can be totally hidden, either on the top of some shelf, in a seasonal endcap or something, the designated clearance aisle, clearance bins in the department, behind new items, or in some restock limbo area. The People of Walmart will also pick something up and put it down randomly throughout the store, or steal it, or actually hide it somewhere in the store to wait for further markdowns! (Not TVs of course.)
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