Wednesday, 26 February 2014

Reader's Letter Of The Day

From City AM:

[Re: Holidays cost more at peak times. The reason is basic economics, yesterday]

My argument is that companies don’t charge “extra” during school holidays. That’s the normal price. Instead, they offer discounts out of season.

Mark Wadsworth

I would have normally put a :-) at the end of that, but it didn't seem appropriate.


The Stigler said...

Exactly. It's like thinking that Asda are ripping people off with Christmas pudding prices, as they can clearly lower them just after.

(that said, I'll eat Xmas pud almost any time).