ChannelFireball Temporarily Shuts Down Its Magic: The Gathering Warehouse Operations

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By Jake Vyper | More Articles MTG Writer/Streamer
March 18, 2020  05:37 PM

 

Due to the global COVID-19/Coronavirus pandemic, ChannelFireball has announced that it's temporarily shutting down its warehouse operations for the safety of its staff and community, starting on Monday, March 23.

Magic: The Gathering Hall of Famer and ChannelFireball,s Vice President of Marketing Luis Scott-Vargas (LSV) made the announcement in the official YouTube channel of ChannelFireball, saying that any orders placed before Friday, March 20th, at 11:59pm, will be processed and shipped as normal, but any orders placed after the deadline will not be shipped until the online retailer will resume full operations ("which we will do when we deem prudent"). 

Watch the video of LSV's announcement below: 

ChannelFireball is also offering 10% store credit back on purchases until then, and LSV went on to say that their buylist will remain active. LSV concludes the announcement by saying that they plan to create more Magic: The Gathering content soon.  

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