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Anyone noticed that djangos has raised its prices?

Old 11-30-00, 01:35 AM
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A cd that was selling for $4.99 yesterday is now $9.99. I went through a couple of other stuff and found that the prices has also been raised. Are they trying to cash in on the holiday shopping period?
Old 11-30-00, 07:45 AM
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There was a thread posted somewhere here but I cannot remember where it is located....Djangos will be losing my business if they are going to raise prices on used items!!!


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Yes....mainly I purchased CD's from django's and there's been a huge price increase. CD's that were typically 11.99 or 12.99 are now averaging 14.99 or higher.

My view is they raised prices to offset their coupon offerings. 10% and 20% off django's coupons are everywhere. When using a coupon with free shipping (buying three or more or five or more...it varies) the price per CD was very good. At their new prices, even with a coupon, they're on the expensive side.

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