|Aaron_Carter ||07-11-2011 11:34 AM |
Because, in a shop the price increase double. One time for the employee salaries, second for shop profit. Better online.
|PhoneScreen ||07-11-2011 11:41 AM |
Obvious reasosn to be honest, no heat costs, no rent costs, less employees needed etc. etc.
That's why online shopping is great :P
|bradenconan ||13-12-2011 10:49 AM |
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|borisambrose ||19-12-2011 5:04 AM |
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|alrickbirk ||20-12-2011 9:08 AM |
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