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Guys my Ebgames store manager called me in today to preorder the Gamorrean Gaurd. Must go to store and give $5 ransom.
This manager is in the "know" when it comes to Star Wars figures coming to their stores, unlike some others.
So if you call or go in and the employee can't find it, take my word it's there so keep persisting!
I just preordered eight.
CanadianJedi, OldManBen, Subcoolin please check your emails for my message to you all.
 :u:
Walmart.ca is at it again.  The vader and luke centerpeice are 20 ea now.  Also the probe droid is 10 dollars.  Go get em!!
Exceptions include clearance and 2 items at 60% and 50% off respectively: TFA extendable light sabers - 5.97 and Rogue One 5 POA - 3.47.

Shown are TLJ Force Link 1.0 figures - 7.47 and BS Darth Vader Premium Helmet - 119.97.

There is also 20% off of 39.99 and up SW Lego sets. Excludes sets ending in .94 and clearance items.
ToyConís April 22 show will feature some unique vendors, exhibitors, artists and cosplayers from the GTA and beyond!
The Canadian ToyCon is a monthly convention that focuses on action figures, comics, collectibles, toys, figurines, dolls, artwork and more from the 70ís, 80ís, 90ís and today. Vendors, exhibitors and artists offer a wide variety of merchandise, including items in mint condition and hard-to-find collectibles. Each convention has its own theme, cosplayers and special guests.

Sunday April 22, 2018
10am to 3pm
Admission: $5.00, Under 12 No Charge

Holiday Inn Burlington
3063 South Service Road
Burlington, Ontario
L7N 3E9

More info at http://www.toycon.ca
Fairfax has made a $300 Million dollar bid for Toysrus Canada.  Toysrus has until Monday to hear from any other bidders.   Some of the highlights of why Fairfax has made the bid are:  unlike the USA, Toysrus Canada is a profitable business also TOYSRUS Canada owns 22 of their 82 stores, so Fairfax is buying property that is worth $250 million and only paying an extra $50 million for the business.  This bid has set the bar for other people to beat.  The bid is what is called a "stalking horse bid" which allows other potential buyers to enter competing proposals by Monday. If another bid is presented, Fairfax would then have the option of either increasing its offer or walking away.  Earlier this week TOYSRUS rejected an offer from MGA Entertainment Inc.  Cross your fingers... this maybe the deal that saves TOYSRUS Canada.
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