I'm sure Paul could give you a better answer, but with the other WG books the pre-orders have been sent out before the release date, with international orders dispatched first as soon as WG have stock, to arrive with people as on release date. I had Pike & Shotte in my hands on the day of release even though I couldn't get to salute. However there was still a week or twos delay as the international orders made it around the world.
Though with BA being a joint Osprey publication, and not being launched at an event such as Salute I don't know.
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pbeccas wrote:I usually get my pre-orders about two weeks after everyone else on the forum. But that's cool. I pre-order to support the guys and get my hands on the unique figure.
The shipping to Australia has been pretty good and the WG sales staff have been great with any questions I have had. I had a miscast one (out of many orders) and a replacement was sent straight away via Airmail.
Very happy with that
Probably why I am thinking of opening a LGS and stocking Warlord Games
Put in my preorder yesterday, July 12th. Then, I found out that Amazon was taking preorders and the price was knocked down to $25.79! They also had a copy of Armies of Germany listed for $14.74! Hope I get some dice with my order. No buyer remorse, but I guess I should have checked it out further.
I realize that and I have many Bolt Action figures in my collection. It is a nice figure but that was not the reason I ordered the rules in the first place. I am sure they got something from Amazon as well.
Hey dude, it takes up to a month to get our orders for a simple reason; we are over in America and they are all the way overseas in Britain. it takes a long time to get all the way over here and through customs. once the warlord package gets over here in the US, it goes thourgh customs and it can 3 days or as much as a week to get through customs. and when the paackage is shipped across the country it takes another few days. and by the time it's come to your mailbox, it's taken a while.
I'm in Canada, can only get one province more west than me (ie, further away from the UK), and I'm usually 7-10 days - and sometimes sooner. No customs to worry about, they clear fast. There is no duty on Hobby Collectables.
I thought the motto of USPS was "Fly Like an Eagle" not "Stall Like a Seagull"