Aepr1Is this true?
vanshionMC is very YMMV by locations. Have to camp multiple nights to get a card here in Tustin.
erayserTustin management used to honor a list system where a List master will start a list where you can sign up for a RTX 30 series card or RX-6000 series card. Basically you sign your name, and come back on check-times that the list master specifies... so you don't have to spend the night. Just go to the store for role call... if you aren't there... your name gets crossed off... and the people behind you move up on the list. I got a RTX 3070 and my FTW3 3090 ultra with this system. The list was run by the community... not Microcenter. Not sure why management stopped honoring this system. Now you have to scan a Q-code that they bring out in the morning before opening. The good thing is you don't have to spend the night... but you have to check-in fast to get in the first group to enter the store. The bad thing is checking in fast doesn't guarantee you the 1st person entrance. You can be the last person in the 1st group... but be the 1st one in the store. However, last time I went to Microcenter... pretty much everyone in the 1st group got a card.
TwoEvilOne1 card every 30 days, with a valid state I.D. for MSRP.
austin86TwoEvilOne1 card every 30 days, with a valid state I.D. for MSRP. Wait, they card you for buying GPUs now. Its not beer or smokes.