Funagain Games Ceases Online Retail Operation

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05 Aug 2018 21:02 #279342 by repoman

Funagain Games, one of the largest online sources for board games, announces they are ceasing on-line retail operations. They state they will continue to operate their two brick and mortar locations and specialize in selling hard to find games from around the world. Read the full statement below.

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06 Aug 2018 17:20 #279343 by cdennett
Think you need to fix the title...

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06 Aug 2018 19:34 #279357 by repoman
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06 Aug 2018 21:02 #279369 by Sevej
Hmm... I thought I read something like this a few years back?

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06 Aug 2018 21:12 #279370 by Deleted
God bless them for helping small publishers have an easier go of fulfillment, and I’m glad they took advantage of a niche demand and supplied it.
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07 Aug 2018 01:45 #279388 by cdennett
Sorry, they announced the closing down of retail sales back in early March. Then a few months later they announced this plan to move to a model of selling hard to find games exclusively. This press release had more to do with them relaunching their online store, not ceasing online retail. I guess it does start out talking about how they ceased retail, but that's super old news.

I dunno, "Funagain relaunches online store for hard-to-find games"?

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07 Aug 2018 02:37 #279391 by repoman
It may be super old news but I had not heard it. Suppose others had not as well.
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07 Aug 2018 09:11 #279403 by Deleted
I didn’t know either...
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09 Aug 2018 16:07 #279546 by southernman
You need to give businesses a pat on the back when they move with teh times but still manage to support the industry and the customer. Of course they're a business and out to make money but it seems they have identified what parts of the market are doing well and can provide them a good return without needing to price gouge - that's how to fit your business into the economy as well.

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