I don't know why I bother trying to get Best Buy steelbooks. I haven't tried this for a long time. The last one I tried for was Beauty and the Beast in 2017. But the combination of The Little Mermaid being, well, The Little Mermaid, and the fact that I think the artwork for the standard release is awful, made me want to try for it. I knew I wouldn't be able to get in the store at 10am. So I called them right when they opened to ask for them to hold one for me. The guy said they don't do that, even though I've had items held at multiple stores before (admittedly not recently, but it's not an uncommon thing to do.) He did, however, consent to tell me how many copies they had in stock, even though he wouldn't hold one for me. The number was two. Two! Seriously, why would Best Buy bother having a deal with Disney to give them exclusive rights to a steelbook if they're not even going to attempt to stock a reasonable number of copies? That's barely making it available and borders on false advertising. I'll end up with the basic release, which is okay. It's [edit for clarification: the steelbook] cool packaging, but it's only packaging. However, the entire business model around getting exclusives and then not having sufficient copies available of the exclusive doesn't make sense to me. It almost makes me want to go to another store other than Best Buy specifically to not give them this sale.