Considering the price history (which is also insane, but in the other direction), your offer is right on the money.
Someone said once and maybe it was said here, that people sometimes do that to brag.Cochino wrote: ↑Thu Jul 04, 2019 6:54 pmAs someone who has never bought anything from Ebay or discogs, what's the point of those insanely high prices? I'm sure they know nobody's gonna pay that much. Is it just to drive attention to it? Or maybe to set some sort of precedent so they can sell it later to a much smaller but still high price and make it look cheap in coparison? Or in discogs, is it to drive up the price average to sell it at a higher price later on?
From a Discogs point of view = more listings, even at ridiculous prices = more chances of sales = more income.
Not necessarily. In the end it's better to make 10% profit on 100 items sold at $10 each than making 10% profit on 20 items sold at $40 each.humus wrote: ↑Mon Jul 08, 2019 10:37 amFrom a Discogs point of view = more listings, even at ridiculous prices = more chances of sales = more income.
They do not care if it's annoying for buyers. They will only care if it annoys buyers to the level buyers would start to avoid Discogs, but seeing their sales increase every month that is not the case.
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