Originally Posted by MichaelJHuman /forum/post/15571381
I thought this was old news?
Originally Posted by cholly /forum/post/15571437
Alas, the liquidators were milking it for all that it was worth. No deals, since many prices, though advertised at 20% or more off, were equal to CC's regular selling prices. Expect the same thing to happen chain wide now.
Originally Posted by BAMAVADER /forum/post/15571601
this is the exact type of reason they are history...
Originally Posted by srgilbert /forum/post/15576155
Well, technically, CC is not the ones conducting the liquidation. From what I understand, it's managed by a third party.
Originally Posted by Run&Gun /forum/post/15578007
I feel bad for the people losing their jobs in this economy and the loss of competition for BB. Competition is good for the consumer. But I do agree that every CC I've ever been in has felt like a second rate, bargain electronics store(dark, disorganized and canabalized display areas). Even though I buy most small electronics at BB, having CC around did save me about $30-$40 a piece on two large memory cards because BB price matches CC. Which goes to show you how things will go without competition...