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Huh? Rez, how can I know what an outdated list price is? Sorry that I'm not getting it... lol
a $1.50 a battery, when they sell for 10 cents each at a store.
or a cell phone charger for a iPhone 3, that sells for $5 is listed at $69 here....it is endless, people need to list the going selling price, not this fake exaggerated list prices.
encorez (rep: 10k) posted Jun 03, 2012
I always get a chuckle out of a 64GB thumb drive with a list price of $995.
erick99 (rep: 430k) posted Jun 03, 2012
Oh, I get it. Well if I ever do it inadvertently please let me know! Once I posted a deal on a bracelet that was $17? something like that and thankfully it was pointed out it was not even sterling silver--that is definitely not a deal worth posting! I try to compare it to going prices, but I don't always know what those are :)
@erick, yeah those are definitely not as expensive as they once were! I don't think they ever would have been that much, even!
that is something that i always ignore because what is important is what the product is selling for today not what it was sold for in the past
rd995 (rep: 150k) posted Jun 03, 2012
perhaps posters see "listed price" as "MSRP" which for many items, even over the years, don't change.
baldieee09 (rep: 4.6k) posted Jun 04, 2012
This is what I've started doing...when a "list price" or even the asking price seems abnormally inflated, I will do a search and see if the deal is really a deal. If not, I wont list it. If it is, but nowhere near as good as the advertiser says it is, I'll add comments telling what I found it priced like at other sites.
As much as I like Amazon...they are one of the worst about having a rediculous "Compare At" price.
nthsll (rep: 12.5k) posted Jun 04, 2012
looks like there are 6 a-holes here ( thumbs down )......lol
encorez (rep: 10k) posted Jun 05, 2012
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