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        Coronavirus Trackers Update – Please Read

        March 27th, 2020

        We recently began receiving several emails daily questioning how things work, or for that matter, how things don’t seem to work. We also are seeing many new visitors to our website. As a result, I will provide a brief update. I will try to keep this as quick and as simple as possible.

        Understand, if you receive an alert, it is because we saw stock was available for purchase regardless of the sources we use to determine that availability. So in simple terms, we saw stock was available and alerted you. Whether you were able to purchase that item or not is dependent on a few factors:

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        DISCORD Alerting Now Available for Select Items

        March 3rd, 2020

        We have just implemented an alerting BETA test option via DISCORD for some of our USA-based trackers. This will be a limited test until we try to determine whether or not it is fit for our needs moving forward.

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        Text Alerting Issues

        March 3rd, 2020

        UPDATE: If you are experiencing issues with text alerts, be sure to check out our recommendation to use TextNow for text alerts.

        Below are the text alerting issues we have been experiencing.

        Our popularity over the past few years has grown substantially. As a result, it appears that we have tripped several flags at multiple mobile carriers when it comes to our text alerts.

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        Not getting text alerts? Try TextNow, now!

        September 18th, 2019

        We know text alerts are the most ideal delivery mechanism for our alerts. And we have tried to ensure that our alerts are received by every carrier out there, but unfortunately, we have met resistance time and time again. This message is for those of you that no longer receive text alerts because of these mobile carrier issues or for those who want text alerts but your carrier is not active within our system.

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        AT&T Text Alerts Turned OFF!

        December 21st, 2018

        UPDATE: If you are experiencing issues with text alerts, be sure to check out our recommendation to use TextNow for text alerts.

        UPDATE: 01-07-2019
        We have finally made contact with AT&T, however, we have yet to resolve the issue. We will update when we know more. In the interim, please use option 1 below to receive our alerts and sorry for the confusion.

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        IMPORTANT: Not getting alerts?

        August 27th, 2017

        Are you subscribed to one of our hotter items and not receiving alerts?

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        Fido.ca SMS Alerting Turned OFF

        February 9th, 2017

        UPDATE 2017-02-13: Fido.ca texting turned back ON. Please visit this?page to ensure you have set up your Fido service. Send a text to 3436?with “Allow nowinstock.net” to ensure our messages are not blocked.

        2017-02-09: Wireless carrier Fido.ca SMS alerting has been turned off. They are blocking our text alerts from going through. If you want Fido turned back on, you subscribers need to talk with Fido. The same thing happened with T-mobile and users spoke up. T-Mobile contacted us to resolve the issue. It works, you just need to let them know how you feel…?https://twitter.com/Fidomobile

        AOL.com Email Delivery Issues

        February 3rd, 2017

        To our users who use AOL?for their email:?Email alerts destined for aol.com, prior to 11:00 AM today,?have been TURNED OFF?as AOL?continually delays our emails.

        Option 1

        We suggest you log in and change your email to another provider. Then?turn on email alerting for your items?in order to continue receiving our alerts in a timely manner. Gmail remains the most trust worthy provider.

        Option 2

        If you would like to ignore our above advice and?try to continue receiving email from us to your aol.com email address, you will need to log in to your account and turn email alerting back on for each of your items. If you proceed with this method, there is clearly no guarantee on the delivery times.

        Sorry for this inconvenience, however, once we reach a certain threshold with AOL, deliveries of emails tanks. Smaller queues to AOL seem to pass, but as they grow into the thousands issues arise.


        Battlefield 1 Collector’s Edition only $59.99, save $150!

        December 20th, 2016

        Limited time deal: Promotional code expires at 2:59 p.m. (EST)/11:59 p.m. (PST) December, 20, 2016.

        Visit this page and get Battlefield 1 Collector’s Edition for $59.99, saving you up to $150! Use the codes at the top of the page.

        Guide to Acquiring a Hatchimal or NES Classic Locally

        November 30th, 2016


        This guide only applies to acquiring a unit locally. ?The information contained in this guide is compiled?from the discussions on our Hatchimal tracker?page as well as the NES Classic discussions. For a chance at online inventory, sign up for our free alerts. Follow the steps and read the notes below?to increase your chances of acquiring your item locally while also helping to set your expectations:

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