They will usually build up the percentage off clearance sales; starting low at 5% and building up to 50%, 60%, even 70%. This is actually a good
business strategy...not for consumers like us, but for the company it is.
Reason being: if they can sell a 100 pack of DVD-R discs at 10% off the MSRP as opposed to 50% off then they'll still make a profit. Some people think 10% off the MSRP is a great price. Although, I'm willing to bet none of these people frequent CDRLabs.
This build up strategy happened at the CompUSA that closed near me, and it also happened at a Media Play store that closed near me. Unfortunately, in both cases, by the time prices were 50% off or more, the selection of goods was extremely poor.
No, I like women.