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« on: July 27, 2022, 12:57:56 PM »

Coca Cola was originally 5 cents for a driink when it first came out and it managed to last 5 cents all the way to around 1955 largely due to a reluctance to change price due to requiring pennies. However it quickly went up once they finally had to relent and moved upto 10. Dollar Tree obviously has been a dollar for quite a while and although shrinkflation existed it is in small amounts. Now it seems that the dollar price was untenable so they finally caved in and raised everything to 1.25.

Im not sure what the purpose of this thread is but I just wanted to discuss some thoughts.
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