As you all know, I like to watch the price changes on BDs. Recently, in the last week or two, Amazon has started executing price changes as little as $.01.
The volume of these changes are so high for very little difference, they trigger tons of Shopping Cart price change messages as well as generate pages and pages and pages of data to sort through on price tracker sites like Blu-ray.com. What a pain.
Do they really think all these nickel or less price changes are what consumers are looking for?
What do you think? And what do you think Amazon's strategy is here?
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