Originally Posted by LJ Jubner
So What does it say when a retailer who knows the game and it's players still over charges for payout?
The good news is If I were pitching a course or getting crap about ..."How the the Tax payers are footing the bill", you would put these two together and then discuss the DG realities both as consumers (supporting the local economy) and park users (users and stewards).
So The conclusion here is this type of business model "gouging" is acceptable just not very ethical.
I had a hard time understanding what you are trying to say here, so I'll take my best guess.
If you are a TD then feel free to gouge away. The market will either support you, or not. If people stop coming to your events then you will either change your ways or stop running tournaments. If people continue to come to your events then you aren't really gouging them because it's clear that is what the market will bear.