HoggleNot sure I would say it’s a valuable industry since if scalpers didn’t exist to sit on products then supply would be better. Every card for sell by a scalper on eBay is a gamer who doesn’t have a card.
Nereus I'd comment directly to this, but my post would be censored and I'd probably receive a reprimand for breaking ToS.
YsbertThe pricing is not wrong, it's the very limited availability that is the problem.
MegCoolBloodYsbertThe pricing is not wrong, it's the very limited availability that is the problem.economic basics: supply/demandmore demand -> higher priceless demand -> lower price more supply -> lower priceless supply -> higher price "limited availability" == less supplystill sell at the same price -> pricing is wrong not that I am happy about it, but that's how economic work.
Brad_Hawthorne Economics is not working right if all stock is systematically purchased in milliseconds by bots and not humans to corner the market and manipulate the price. If you're arguing that is working as intended I call BS on that. This is being done by people with enough money to force the outcome they want. They aren't building a bot system and buying all that stock with fake money.