DCPI number for Universe 2.0 Ultras?

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  1. Kingplay

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    Anyone got the Target DCPI number for Onslaught, Powerglide?
     
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    nevermind found it in the news forum
     
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    You need to learn to use our Resources section man.
     
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    Redline can you help me out? Or anyone actually...

    Looked at resource for Onslaught found the following:
    "Onslaught Toy Information
    Status: Released
    Wave: Wave 1
    MSRP: $24.99 USD
    Size Class: Ultra
    Suggested Age: 5+
    Assortment Number: 83679
    Product Number: 83694
    SKU Number: 653569325253
    Re-Issues: None
    Recolors/Reuses: None
    Toy Variants: None
    Part Variants: None
    Package Variants: None"

    Is there a special area to get the dcpi?
     
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    that means we don't have it added yet. we do have the upc number which will work just as well though (SKU)
     
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    Universe Ultras DPCI 087-06-2025
     
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    It is DPCI for the record - Department, Class, Item
     
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    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
     
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    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?
     
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    DPCI is a Target-only number.
     
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    So does that mean that TRU will use a UPC?
     
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    everyone uses upc (Universal Product Code), even target can use them, but they prefer dpci.
     
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    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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