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Posted by JTHuffy on 01 July 2020 - 04:21 PM
Posted by JTHuffy on 12 September 2018 - 01:32 PM
It's your prerogative to make any offer you want. It's also their prerogative to decline any offer. I've made plenty of lower offers when I've felt prices are too high. Some are accepted, some aren't. The biggest thing is just don't take it personally. Happy dealing!
Is offering to buy three codes for a $2 discount off advertised prices frowned upon? Obviously someone can hang onto the codes if they want (and he was nice about it), but you'd figure the idea of posting here is to make deals and unload them.
Posted by JTHuffy on 10 July 2018 - 08:01 PM
It's annoying, but I have a feeling like the worst offenders don't bother to read anything in the thread. Whats worse is most (but not all) of the people with longest lists have the worst prices and keep reposting a list that gets longer and longer each time when their overpriced codes don't sell....
This is more my issue with the long lists. If each week or whatever they drop everything that hasn't sold by a quarter or 50 cents or whatever until they sell, that would be cool, but it's the same 4-5 people posting the same long lists of overpriced stuff every few days. Generally, if the movie is D2D eligible, it shouldn't cost more than $2, otherwise if I really want it, I'll just D2D it. New releases I get being more expensive, and that's why I'm generally willing to pay a little more for those, but if it's more than like $5-6, barring something being a major AAA movie (MCU, Star Wars, etc.), I'll just skip through it all, since blurays that come with the digital copies usually end up being on sale for $9.99 within a month or so anyway. Just my opinion.
Posted by JTHuffy on 23 May 2018 - 07:52 PM