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Master Geek
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Topic # 23880 10-Jul-2008 17:54
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Or does it just go through to 9am and beyond?

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  Reply # 146282 10-Jul-2008 18:24
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What did they say when you rang them? I can only presume you rang them, as that is the most logical thing to do in the situation.



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  Reply # 146307 10-Jul-2008 18:56
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Torque: What did they say when you rang them? I can only presume you rang them, as that is the most logical thing to do in the situation.


Great thinking Spock, that would be the most logical response to the logicalness of my initial question.

Only they aren't/weren't answering.


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  Reply # 146312 10-Jul-2008 19:02
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They will close as soon as the stock runs out, or at 5:30pm tomorrow night..which comes first.

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  Reply # 146461 10-Jul-2008 23:31
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As a guess, based on experience with DSE where the stores opened at midnight for special launches etc, they will probably be open for 30 mins or an hour, and then go home, and then resume normal trading in the morning. It costs a lot to pay staff, or two sets of staff, to be open from midnight right through to 5.30pm the following day.




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