Is this a wierd plan for getting an iphone on the 30th?

Steveo47

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Jul 18, 2010
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So im gonna go to the apple store at one of my local malls. Doors to the mall dont open till 6 am. Which means there will be no line at the apple store till then. The mall obviously has different entrances and im assuming at one or two of them people will be waiting to get in. So if there is people at entrance A and B, why dont i just go through entrance C which has no people, haul ass to the apple store and be one of the first in line?
 

dast1g

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Oct 23, 2009
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Ireland
So im gonna go to the apple store at one of my local malls. Doors to the mall dont open till 6 am. Which means there will be no line at the apple store till then. The mall obviously has different entrances and im assuming at one or two of them people will be waiting to get in. So if there is people at entrance A and B, why dont i just go through entrance C which has no people, haul ass to the apple store and be one of the first in line?
Do it and video it for the laugh :)
 

Steveo47

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Jul 18, 2010
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hah ive seen that. but seriously.. why dont more people do that? it seems like a great idea to me.
 

bumzo1

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Jan 31, 2009
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unless all of the doors are set on a timer, then they won't all open at the same time and they will most likely open the door with the line first...
 

WishIWasHere

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May 26, 2008
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Just find a security guard that opens the doors and slip him $20 to let you in 5 minutes early. Cash is king.
 

Cynikal.Mindset

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Jul 6, 2010
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Guelph ON, Canada
they will only open the doors closest to the apple store or only the main mall doors. when I worked at the mall only they main doors were opened early so there was some kind of control of who was coming and leaving...all other doors remained locked until normal opening time
 
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