- Dec 29, 2019
Each batch is sold for a set price to the retailer, so any discounts from there come out of their end.
I worked at GS for a minute way back, and that wasn't the way it worked at that time. Especially if a system or game is expected to do very well but doesn't. You will absolutely get the opportunity to price correct those without losses in most cases. Typically adjustments are made on future invoices, since you will deal with these same publishers/manufacturers continually. Not doing this would cause stores to handicap your next release in an abundance of caution.