Despite buying limits and shorter opening times.
The pop-up Pokémon Center currently operating in London is a glorious little haven for fans of the series, offering them a collection of delightful products and a rare chance to enjoy an official Nintendo-themed outing in the country. Sadly, though, the demand for the store appears to have been terribly miscalculated, and things are going from bad to worse.
On its very first day, we shared the news that the store had to close entry queues nine hours early, with anyone showing up after 1pm being turned away. We thought that the opening weekend would be the busiest and that things would calm down, but since then, we’ve seen the store’s opening times be narrowed to cope with stock limits and legal visitor number limits, product purchasing be limited to just six items per person – and then down to five per person, and queue times consistently remaining at around the six-hour mark.
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