Offerup is flooded with microcenter cards, how do I know you say? all the area's are ones with a microcenter near them in easy driving distance so they can have the cards in hand.Look at this BS, first day the cards went on sale, you get scum like this asking almost double the price;
But its reduced in price.https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/357821285372694
LOL f this $1,600 !!!!!!!! Jesus I hope AMD makes all these schmucks have cards sitting around not being able to sell them
Except if there is more value in a in person client (shipping cost, average side buy of items with actual margin from an in person person) for Microcenter and that they achieve to sell them all on location, if that is the case it could be argue the exact opposite, that it would make little sense for them to sell them online. There is a chain that have a in person only policy for the 3070 at the moment.Doesnt matter if employees grab a card, they had a fucking pallet of 3070 cards at microcenter and you can't even get one online, that makes no sense at all
I went to MC when I went off work & the 3070s were gone. Blah. That was a wasted 1hr drive each way.I am curious, so it seems nVidia had a lot of RTX 3070 cards today the first official day, not enough obviously, but Microcenter's getting 200+ cards at each location, from what I heard, and they didn't sell out al out once, it took till lunchtime for them to be totally sold out.
Ok ... so now what? Will nVidia have another truckload of 200+ cards shipping to Microcenter next week? Or was that their wad they blew, and now it'll just be a few cards here and there that get shipped out each week?