questionsdid you notice things that don't sell out during…

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Yes, I'd noticed before...and I think from time to time it flows the other direction as well.

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It's all rather convoluted these days. The one constant is the prices rarely go down. Once in awhile, but not the norm, more the exception.

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I see one of your tags is "deceptive-practices." I'd hardly say this rises to that level. If an item doesn't sell, it's what we used to call a "woot-off killer," and it deserves to be taken down and replaced. And of course, Woot still needs to try to sell the stock, hence the appearance on Moofi. I don't have an issue with this.

Of course, I don't follow woot-offs anymore, either.

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This is nothing new (except maybe posting to moofi directly after the sale). You never thought it was odd to see a woot off item be sold out and then magically appear as a plus deal the next day? Sometimes the item will be listed twice during the same multi day woot-off! Other times an item will be stuck at 90% for an hour and then suddenly drop to 50% then 25% then 0%? Do you really think people just bought thousands of that item at the last minute?
I think it's been a very long time since a sold out woot-off item meant they were really sold out. This is another reason I think they need to list their entire catalog and only take things down when they really sell out.