Lubbock electronic stores stocked up on converter boxes - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

6/11/09

Lubbock electronic stores stocked up on converter boxes

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - A survey sponsored by broadcasters says nearly 2.2 million households that rely on antennas for their TV reception are unprepared for the shutdown of analog TV signals on Friday.

If you are one of the millions that have not purchased a digital converter box, we have compiled a list of some stores that that still have them in stock.

  • All of the Radio Shack stores in Lubbock have them in stock and for $54.99, on sale.
  • Both Target stores have them, and they are $45 until Saturday, after that the price will be $49.
  • The Wal-Mart stores on 4th & Ave Q, 4th and Frankford, Quaker and Loop 289, and 82nd & Milwaukee all have converter boxes in stock and for $49.87 each.
  • Best Buy also has them in stock for $49.99.

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