They never have any information, if anything they want you to stand in line for hours just to try and get a 30xx anything,just sad i am on other sellers list that have a notification system, better then standing in line all night just to see if any cards came in.
yeah it's not worth it to stand in line all night cause i have talked to guys who was there in the front of the line that had been out there all night here in denver and said sometimes they only get 5 cards in so it turns into a waste of time , i don't even want one anymore. places like amazon are letting scammer scum bags sell cards at 2,800.00$ and just killing the market they are nothing more then a ebay will never use amascum again.
I'd much rather be lining up at a store then entering NewEgg's loot box system where they make you sign up to "get a chance" at a card, oh and you have to buy a motherboard or RAM that you don't want to even get the card because its "a bundle", and they won't even take a return for it...could be worse
I agree with Blackforce999 about his Amazon comment.
Amazon should be doing EVERYTHING they can to not contribute to a scalper climate and inflated GPU trade. It's one thing to have this on eBay, but I expect a little more professionalism from Amazon considering I pay over $100/year for their membership. I am not alone in saying the following:
Amazon should begin putting active effort into removing sellers and items from their platform representing the GPU Scalper trade. There is precedent for these actions, as Amazon cracked down on over-inflated PPE and hand sanitizer during the early days of the pandemic. As a big player in this, step up and do your part, Amazon!
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