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Ok —-really? 2 pies for $90 ????? Have no words!!!! Except no way in hades!!!!
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You made me look; the pies don't even look tasty to me.  

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@wagirl The grill probably cost at most $30 to make and it is $170, the pouches for $20?  I think if you start looking at things, it's no different from much of what we buy.

 

Just depends on what YOU think you need and how much you'll pay.  Or not. 

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@wagirl wrote:
Ok —-really? 2 pies for $90 ????? Have no words!!!! Except no way in hades!!!!

Are you referring to the chicken pot pies? 

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I know.  And that was a sale price.  David said they sold over 900.  I just don't understand why people would pay that much.

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@wagirl  My DH looked up and said "Oh, $18 dollars isn't bad." Hahaha! When I told him that was the easy pay and the real price was $90, he just shook his head in disbelief.

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I know!  My 16 year old son was incredulous, too!

I mean, it's not prime rib pot pies.

Cute story and kid selling them though.

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The 1% have tons of cash to spend. Not a stretch to expect they will spend some of it at QVC. To them, $100 is like $1 for a middle class person.