Fidelity has already posted the drip shares for this dividend. They can do so because they buy drip shares 3 business days before the pay date, so they bought Tuesday when the high was 9.52 and the low was 9.39.
My drip shares cost 9.4388.
I also drip NRF at Ameritrade, but they won't buy until Monday because their policy is to buy drip shares the first trading day after the pay date. They won't pay for these shares until Thursday, thus "stealing" (my opinion word) 6 days worth of interest on the dividend cash which they receive electronically today.
Many brokers will be buying drip shares today, but at different times and prices, so the price charged to the drip customers will vary from broker to broker. It's interesting (at least to me) to note the differences. It seems the same names are the highest cost quarter after quarter. It makes me think they are ripping off their drip customers.
So, all who drip NRF, please post to this thread the name of your broker, the date and time shares are posted to your account and your cost per share, to 4 decimal places, like below.
Before the open on 11/15
Cost = 9.4388
If enough brokers are represented in the responses, I guarantee the results will be interesting.