Our New Games Workshop Pricing and Community Strategy
Coinciding with Games Workshop's recent increase in paint prices, we've taken the opportunity to review our strategy around Games Workshop products, and I have some great news to share with you.
Paints from £2.30
Whilst Games Workshop have increased the price of their paints, we've decided to drop the price of Games Workshop paints both online and in-store.
For 12ml paints (excluding Retributor Armour and Liberator Gold), each pot will now cost £2.30. This is a 45p saving.
Retributor Armour and Liberator Gold (white pot lids) will now cost £3.10. A 60p saving.
The larger, 24ml paint pots will now sell for £4.00 exactly. A saving of 70p.
20% off Model RRP
From today, every Games Workshop model we stock will sell for 20% off RRP. These prices have already been updated on the website and on the till, though some in-store price stickers may be wrong as we work to update them all.
The Start Collecting! Ironjawz box, which retails for £60 at GW, is now £48 from us.
The Death Guard Plagueburst Crawler, which retails for £40 at GW, is now £32 from us.
10% off Book RRP
From today, every Games Workshop book we stock will sell for 10% off RRP. These prices have already been updated on the website and on the till, though some in-store price stickers may be wrong as we work to update them all.
The Age of Sigmar Core Rulebook, which retails for £35 at GW, is now £31.50 from us.
Codex: Imperial Knights, which retails for £25 at GW, is now £22.50 from us.
Local Support - Dover, Kent
For those of you who are local to our Dover Store, we're looking at how we can better support your hobby in addition to the ways we already provide support.
We currently offer:
- A range of core Games Workshop sets, paints and accessories
- Mail order
- 6 foot by 4 foot gaming table for use with our terrain or yours
We're looking at hosting tournaments, painting days, and other ways we can support you, our local Games Workshop players. If you have an idea of something we could do to support the East Kent community, please join the conversation on our Facebook Page.