Did the Dragonbox Sets just go up in price?

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Did the Dragonbox Sets just go up in price?

Post by Armymanis » Mon Aug 02, 2010 10:37 pm

Is it just me or did the Dragonball Z Dragonbox 2 and 3 just go up in price again? They were $26 dollars, just a couple of days ago...now they are higher in price. Dragonbox 2 is $38 and Dragonbox 3 is $51. I guess I have to wait until they go back down in price.

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Re: Did the Dragonbox Sets just go up in price?

Post by VegettoEX » Mon Aug 02, 2010 10:41 pm

You'll need to be a little more specific in what you're talking about when posting. I happen to know that you're referring to Amazon, only because I religiously check the prices every single day to see what's what :P. They went back up in price almost exactly a week ago, I believe.

The MSRP is the same as it's been since that first drop down from ~$80. Retailers are free to sell it at whatever price they want to sell it at, and that includes the ability to raise and lower the price at will. Amazon isn't alone -- RightStuf will (with less consistency) change their prices on DVD sets, as well.
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Re: Did the Dragonbox Sets just go up in price?

Post by Armymanis » Mon Aug 02, 2010 11:01 pm

VegettoEX wrote:You'll need to be a little more specific in what you're talking about when posting. I happen to know that you're referring to Amazon, only because I religiously check the prices every single day to see what's what :P. They went back up in price almost exactly a week ago, I believe.

The MSRP is the same as it's been since that first drop down from ~$80. Retailers are free to sell it at whatever price they want to sell it at, and that includes the ability to raise and lower the price at will. Amazon isn't alone -- RightStuf will (with less consistency) change their prices on DVD sets, as well.
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