Originally Posted by Scott
You make a lot of assumptions, such as if the prices are too expensive then people will not buy discs at all. The will, but they will just choose another vendor. This is not a new concept - it has worked in economies around the world for several hundred (or thousand?) years.
And I'm not sure if peppering the courses with lost discs in hopes that a new player will find them is really the most effective way to grow the sport.
I'll have to assume you were kidding on that one.
I meant from that specific vendor and since they are the only vendor in the area........ also as for lost discs, you would be suprised how many people pick up the sport from lost discs finding their way into their hands, but yes i was kidding sort of...
And as for Alaska prices, ouch.... You get free money every year from the oil, so just use that money...