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Hmm, that seems to be tough circumstances. I live in a very rural area but within 5 miles we have two Walmarts, Office Depot, BestBuy and HHgregg.
The other day when I was in Office Depot they had a whole box of sticks by the cash register. I think they were also $5 - but I did not check their sizes.
It is strange but the more "city" you are the fewer discount outlets. I've had people pull over their cars to ask me where there's a Walmart. Other than The Shack(tm) the electronics stores I've tried locally use high pressure/rip-off sales techniques. On Flagler St. downtown Miami if you ask one of the store employees where some well known store is, like 90% of the time they will just stop talking and ignore you. The philosophy is like "why should I help you spend your money someplace else?"
whs, post: 13097, member: 58 said:
I'm hopeful that I'll be able to hit the brick and mortar tech and office type stores regularly soon. I think in Miami the only people who actually pay the $100 for the Transit Pass are tourists. Anyone else I ask answers "I know a guy who works there..."
It's my understanding armed forces veterans get them free. So if you do pay the hundred bucks you feel like a fool. Like the only non-tourist in town paying for the full enchilada.
I think London started the nuisance of charging for using their streets. But don't you have other options - e.g. going the other way away from Miami.
There is a Best Buy and from what I hear a CompUSA that can be reached via Metro Rail. A one day pass is $5. So that kind of kills the discount unless you can lug a lot of stuff in one trip. To get to Walmart and stores like Office Depot you need to take the bus. Same thing, either a day pass for $5 or $2.25 one way. So might as well shell out the 50 cents in case you get off at the wrong stop.
whs, post: 13115, member: 58 said:
The free transportation, MetroMover, basically goes in circles around the downtown. Going from downtown to Brikkel section takes about 20 minutes on the MetroMover. On a bicycle it would probably take you 5 and by car like 2. It's crazy. The "inner loop" goes clockwise and the outer loop goes counter-clockwise. It tool me about 8 months living in Miami to figure the thing out. But anyway, it does not go to any shopping centers.
It's tough to even find a local hardware store. It's definitely a strange town.
Macrium Reflect v7.0.2089
21 March 2017
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