I picked up the Star Wars box set back at the end of March and I confirmed that I was coming via the link in the email (I don't think I got that until the day it was available). Then I just pulled up in front where a BB employee was sitting outside under a tent. I told him my name and what the item was, he went back inside for a few seconds and then brought it out to me. I'm sure he was supposed to look at my ID or my phone to see the e-mail or bar code but they didn't bother.We'll be trying out their new curbside pickup on Tuesday. I'm ot sure how that's going to work, as it is unclear how you're supposed to alert them when you get to the store. But we'll see. Has anybody used curbside pickup with Best Buy since they introduced it? The last time I had a store pickup item with Best Buy was before the virus situation got bad, and they were still doing traditional in-store pickup. I'd love to hear how this works if anyone knows.
I'm really excited to dig into the extras on that one, which (at least as of the last time I watched it) are not yet on Disney+. Of course, I also just really love the movie and would want to own it regardless, but I do plan on going through everything on there. So that's part of the appeal for me.Why pay for Onward when I can just watch it on Disney+ as part of my subscription?
I think it depends on what the title is. Under normal circumstances, all of my pre-orders this week would be guaranteed release date delivery. Instead, one of them still says it's arriving Tuesday and the other two say they're arriving Thursday, though none have shipped yet. If it takes a few days extra, that's fine; I want to be clear that I'm not bashing them about the delivery dates on entertainment items during the pandemic. I'm just saying that it appears to vary from its to item.Amazon Prime free 1 or 2 day shipping seems to have resumed.