D&D 5E Glory of the Giants price drop meaning


I've noticed that Amazon has been slowly dropping the price of "Bigby Presents: Glory of the Giants" in the days since it's release and it's currently at a new low at $34.88. It's normal for them to gradually drop their D&D book prices over time, but most of them don't seem to drop this fast. It could mean nothing, but perhaps this means the book is not selling at the rate they expected (perhaps due to the increased price point, relatively small page count, and/or the topic of the book). Just speculating.

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As long as i get to be the frog
I wouldn’t read anything into it, but if I did it would be that rpg books don’t sell as well when a new edition is on the horizon.


Amazon prices don't mean anything.

I scour the prices regularly for deals on minis and they are all over the place often changing every week.

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