Posted: Sun Jul 10, 2011 4:47 pm Post subject: Amazon.com Pricing
I just ordered some EBC Redstuff brake pads from Amazon a few minutes ago. They had two sets left in stock and the price was $55.48 which is cheap since they usually sell for $109 everywhere else. I ordered one set and now the last set in stock went up to $109.34
This is not the first thing I ordered on Amazon that changed prices right after I purchased it. Why do they do that?
Or he bought an item sold by another vendor and fulfilled through Amazon at a lower price than Amazon sells it at. I've seen that a couple of times and if the other vendor doesn't have any more in stock it bumps up to the next cheapest price.
Protip: If you don't know what you're doing, don't do it.
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