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To my surprise, Solo was sold out!

Discussion in 'Solo' started by Jayson, Oct 6, 2018.

  1. Jayson

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    Clearly, the free book was a huge selling point. lol :p

    Cheers,
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    Yeah... everyone wanted the Junior Novel adaptation.

    Well, by everyone, I mean my daughter :)
     
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    lol. Absolutely.
    I remember making a post a number of months back about the only thing that I could find in a primary grocery store here was a thing of Solo brand cups.
    I mean, that's punny and I chuckled, but that's a really ridiculous market saturation compared to TLJ.
    Heck, TLJ still had cereal and all sorts of advertising strewn about the store at that point.
    It was like Disney had problems with two products that, in marketing, almost seemed to be competing with each other, and one wasn't even given fair dice to roll with.

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