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  • Pricing on this pistol

    Asked 01/07/2018 02:19 PM CT
    by unnamed user in Hand Gun

    Smith & Wesson M&P Bodyguard 380 Crimson Trace Pistol Smith & Wesson M&P Bodyguard 380 Crimson Trace Pistol
  • How is it this pistol is listed at $413 then on the same day it goes to $275 then back to $413? Several pricing changes, that said $413 for this pistol is a non starter. Get it together.


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  • 01/07/2018 02:46 PM CT
    by James G - Lifetime Points: 26500 Best
  • In lieu of Buds pricing algorithm's that run every 20mins, there are arbitrary price hikes and decreases that are sometimes unexplained. The lowest prices are normally when inventory level is highest and vice versa. Buds really should have at least a 24hr price lock when an item is placed in one's cart to give time to make a purchase decision.

  • 01/07/2018 03:07 PM CT
    by Steve P - Lifetime Points: 7242
  • Please click the green box stating it as the best answer. We are rated on our answers and are just volunteers, not Buds employees. You can choose more then one Thank you!

  • 01/07/2018 02:33 PM CT
    by randy i - Lifetime Points: 12419
  • Buds software adjusts the prices about every 20 min based on inventory as inventory goes down price goes up If you are not in a hurry keep checking on the gun the price will go back down then put it on layaway with a CC to secure the gun and freeze the price. you will have 90 days to pay it off

  • 01/07/2018 02:22 PM CT
    by Steve P - Lifetime Points: 7242
  • Hi Phil, Buds uses an automatic inventory price update engine that runs every 20mins. Prices are tied directly to stock levels and will change as stock numbers change. As inventory numbers go down, prices go up and vice-versa. Usually when popular items get low in stock