I was hoping that someone on this forum would be able to answer a question for me that i've been wondering about for some time.
Why is it that, and i will be using Marvel as an example, the american price for new books is $2.99, but the canadian price is either $3.75 or $4.25? No i understand the exchange rate and all, but why would 2.99 usd = both 3.75 and 4.25 cnd? Wouldn't it make more sense for it to just be either one or the other each time? When a book is $3.99 american, it is always $4.75 canadian. So why the price flux?
any other countries have this going on as well?