What time does the newest woot show up on line in Pacific Time?


#1

I am always too late to get what I want.


#2

From “what is woot?” at the upper right-hand corner of the screen:

What is the schedule for new items?
The short answer: we offer a new item every single day. The details: a new product is released every morning at 12am central time, seven days a week. (If you’re not a morning person, this can be described as every night at midnight. Better?) If a product sells out during its run, a new item will not appear until the next release time. You will know if a product is sold out, because the main page says “SOLD OUT” instead of “I want one”. (Clever, eh?)

I’m pretty sure that’s 9:00 pm in Pacific Time, not absolutely sure but pretty sure.

PS - take a moment to read “what is woot?”, there’s lots of good stuff in there.


#3

ummm…its actually 10 pm pacific time [;)]


#4

[quote user=“cruzer”]

ummm…its actually 10 pm pacific time [;)] [/quote]

Thanks, I wasn’t absolutely sure, I always think it’s three hours different than where I live which is Central. Still earlier than midnight, the lucky stiff, I might be able to stay awake until 10.


#5

[quote user=“cruzer”]

ummm…its actually 10 pm pacific time [;)] [/quote]

Well, sorta, but it IS 9 pm Pacific Standard Time, when Texas is observing daylight savings time.

But for all practical purposes, it’s 10pm Pacific (unspecified) time, since (at least currently) Texas and the west coast observe daylight savings time on the same schedule.


#6

1 a.m Eastern
midnight Central
11 p.m. Mountain
10 p.m. Pacific

Since we’re all on the same schedule, Daylight vs. Standard shouldn’t even enter into the picture, unless you live in those parts of Indiana that don’t observe daylight savings time, which just messes everything up.


#7

don’t parts of arizona do the same thing??..I guess it just seems weird to me that everyone doesn’t observe daylight savings time.

but at least Jason is on my side [:D]


#8

[quote user=“cruzer”]don’t parts of arizona do the same thing??..I guess it just seems weird to me that everyone doesn’t observe daylight savings time.

but at least Jason is on my side [:D][/quote]

My understanding is that it’s all of Arizona - though that does not necessarily include the “reservations” which just happen to be within the state’s borders.

If it were up to me, sunset would always be between 8 and 9pm, and everything else can work around that.


#9

y’all confuse the hell outta me sometimes.


#10

One of my main goals in life is to make people think.

I don’t much care what they think; most of 'em act like their heads would explode if they ever actually did, and my theory is - either they’re wrong, or I’m in for some entertainment.


#11

[quote user=“obob”]

One of my main goals in life is to make people think.

I don’t much care what they think; most of 'em act like their heads would explode if they ever actually did, and my theory is - either they’re wrong, or I’m in for some entertainment.[/quote]
You know, it’s ok not to be cynical sometimes. God wants us to live in peace and harmony. We’ll never achieve that with some…ah…less that enthusiastic support.


#12

I apologize for invading your forum up front, but feel this is worth while and will only take 15 seconds away from a chat.


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#13

From “what is woot?” at the upper right-hand corner of the screen:

What is the schedule for new items?
The short answer: we offer a new item every single day. The details: a new product is released every morning at 12am central time, seven days a week. (If you’re not a morning person, this can be described as every night at midnight. Better?) If a product sells out during its run, a new item will not appear until the next release time. You will know if a product is sold out, because the main page says “SOLD OUT” instead of “I want one”. (Clever, eh?)

I’m pretty sure that’s 9:00 pm in Pacific Time, not absolutely sure but pretty sure.

PS - take a moment to read “what is woot?”, there’s lots of good stuff in there.


#14

ummm…its actually 10 pm pacific time [;)]


#15

Thanks, I wasn’t absolutely sure, I always think it’s three hours different than where I live which is Central. Still earlier than midnight, the lucky stiff, I might be able to stay awake until 10.


#16

Well, sorta, but it IS 9 pm Pacific Standard Time, * when * Texas is observing daylight savings time.

But for all practical purposes, it’s 10pm Pacific (unspecified) time, since (at least currently) Texas and the west coast observe daylight savings time on the same schedule.


#17

1 a.m Eastern
midnight Central
11 p.m. Mountain
10 p.m. Pacific

Since we’re all on the same schedule, Daylight vs. Standard shouldn’t even enter into the picture, unless you live in those parts of Indiana that don’t observe daylight savings time, which just messes everything up.


#18

don’t parts of arizona do the same thing??..I guess it just seems weird to me that everyone doesn’t observe daylight savings time.

but at least Jason is on my side [:D]


#19

My understanding is that it’s **all ** of Arizona - though that does * not * necessarily include the “reservations” which just happen to be within the state’s borders.

If it were up to * me, * sunset would always be between 8 and 9pm, and everything else can work around that.


#20

y’all confuse the hell outta me sometimes.