Discussion in 'Transformers Toy Discussion' started by Kingplay, Jul 23, 2008.
Anyone got the Target DCPI number for Onslaught, Powerglide?
nevermind found it in the news forum
You need to learn to use our Resources section man.
Redline can you help me out? Or anyone actually...
Looked at resource for Onslaught found the following:
"Onslaught Toy Information
Wave: Wave 1
MSRP: $24.99 USD
Size Class: Ultra
Suggested Age: 5+
Assortment Number: 83679
Product Number: 83694
SKU Number: 653569325253
Toy Variants: None
Part Variants: None
Package Variants: None"
Is there a special area to get the dcpi?
that means we don't have it added yet. we do have the upc number which will work just as well though (SKU)
Universe Ultras DPCI 087-06-2025
It is DPCI for the record - Department, Class, Item
By the way if you live in my area of IL - the upc/dpci wont help you at all - My targets strictly follow company policy that has changed in recent years to make sure no new toys hit shelves until the aisle set date - i know most stores dont follow this though so good luck anyways
I got a bunch of animated stuff from a local walmart by asking with the numbers. There's no way I'm coming home empty handed tomorrow. Does Toy's R US take UPCs or DPCIs?
DPCI is a Target-only number.
So does that mean that TRU will use a UPC?
everyone uses upc (Universal Product Code), even target can use them, but they prefer dpci.
Toys R Us has their own number system, the SKN, which is different from the SKU everyone else has. If you're going to Wal-Mart, try to get the UPC of each figure you want. If you're going to TRU, the six-digit SKU is the best tool. If you're going to Target, a DPCI is your best bet. In fact, if they have the price scanners with the vertical keypad down the right side, you can simply punch in a DPCI and hit "enter" and it will tell you if there are any in the back. Your luck getting someone to bring them out may vary, however.
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