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Watch online if you can if you watch on tv. They drop the price quicker and its lower online before it is dropped on air. Then they say, OH NO. I went too low. I'll get in trouble but its for the customers. It's just a sales tactic.
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hahaha, I noticed that too a few times! But sometimes they drop it on TV before the system online can catch up. My husband got stuck waiting for the price to drop a good 5 minutes and ended up buying at the higher price (despite TV being $300 lower) and it charged him the higher price at the final checkout screen. He called customer service in a panic and they finally got it fixed, but what a joke.
They would save a world of headaches if they just had suggested retail and then their price. No long waits. Then online ordering would be a bit easier
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This has been this way for years. The format is all game under the guise of entertainment. They prices are all determined before the show starts, during the pre-production meeting.