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  1. Agree with the whole post but this part in particular.
  2. I'm in Montreal Canada. MSRP is usually for USD. They have a base mark-up they calculated in order to be able to pay rent, utilities and employees. If they feel they would have a hard time selling something at their mark up they'll sometimes adjust the final price. They sell the Armada core set for 120CAD. Which is MSRP plus exchange. Which is lower than what they should sell it at.
  3. Well I don't know how they're able to make it. I've seen the numbers for my FLGS and they would close selling at online prices. They are barely eeking by as it is. So again no it isn't void.
  4. Meeplemart.com is also a physical shop (in a Toronto shopcenter with that, the rent must be awfully high). So your argument is void.If they have a physical store and offer playspace, buying from their online shop is the same as buying in store. So my argument is not even close to void.*edit: Assuming the money makes it to the same pocket. If the person running the play space doesn't see a dime from online purchases, buy from them or don't use their space.
  5. Online stores don't have rent to pay or offer play space. Support your FLGS.
  6. City or province? In Montreal, Gamer's Vault is open from 10am to 10pm on Saturdays.
  7. Canada Qc, Montreal c https://m.facebook.com/groups/1433642626933714?ref=bookmark Stores: Chez Geeks, Gamer's Vault, BD Cosmos
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