Gold and Silver Bars please explain
I need someone to explain to me why HSN is selling 5 Troy oz 99.9% silver bar with walking liberty for $129.95 and I can get the same thing for $84.80 on JM Bullion?
HSN is selling 10 Troy oz 99.9% silver bar with walking liberty for $279.95 and I can get the same thing for $167.10 on JM Bullion?
HSN is selling 2.5 Gram Grand Pamp Suisse Veriscan Gold Bars for $179.95 and I can get the same thing for $115.49 on JM Bullion.
Gold and Silver prices fluctuate greatly so the prices listed may have been appropriate for the time it was purchased for resale.They can’t sell it at a huge loss.If the prices go back up then people may buy them at this price.Also Flex Pay gives people the option to buy that might not could afford to do so otherwise.I have noticed some of the jewelry prices are a bit high but most likey when the metals were purchased to make the item they were much higher than now..It takes quiet awhile after something is bought to actually make it to the market.
If you can find a better price on an item elsewhere, then you should purchase it there by all means. HSN does not guarantee they always have the lowest prices on all items, and many items available here may be more or less at other retailers.
While no one here has any significant insight into HSN’s business practices, I would daresay that the cost of running television studios, transmitting broadcasts, administering this site, and covering things such as salaries as well as easy pay drives up overhead.
As to pricing, HSN owes you no explanation. It is up to you, the consumer, to decide what is best for you.
Posted in Talk Among Yourselves
03.07.16 3:38 AM