BumpInTheNight: The Bestest: BumpInTheNight: Gamefly is owned by GamestopA Shambling Mound: Gamefly is owned by Gamestop.[local-static0.forum-files.fobby.net image 846x352]Thank you for the late reply gamestop boy. Whatever would we do without you gamestop boy?To Cross-thread poorly
A Shambling Mound: Lsherm: vodka: Their pricing is surely affected by volume (or lack of in the case of Gamefly). Businesses do this all the time. While it might cost me $1 per widget in single quantities from a company, I might be able to buy a million at only $0.10 per widget.That's the problem - the USPS isn't using volume as an excuse. They're charging Gamefly for a service they provide to Netflix for free.Volume discounts don't go down to "free." Netflix isn't paying anything.Have you done any research as to how exactly Netflix arrived at their current agreement with the postal service? Just wondering.
A Shambling Mound: On one hand I'm somewhat disappointed that the video game industry is actively seeking to end the resale of used games, on the other hand that move would put Gamestop out of business and seems well worth the effort.
BumpInTheNight: Besides the Postal Service hasn't released an album in years.
BumpInTheNight: Gamefly is owned by Gamestop and they destroyed Direct2Drive, they are dead to me. Besides the Postal Service hasn't released an album in years.
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