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What does an amber-colored price mean?
Sometimes, due to products' limited availability or sellers' unsatisfactory profiles, we list prices of products whose conditions are
less than like-new. Such a price is colored amber on the
product's details page. For
instance, if Amazon were selling only one copy of "The Loved Ones" DVD and its condition was acceptable, the price associated with Amazon
(AMZN) would appear amber. In another instance, if multiple copies of "The Rules of Attraction" were available in Barnes &
Noble's (BRNB) marketplace but none of the sellers offering the book in like-new condition or better had acceptable scores or ratings, to
protect the integrity of our service, we'd list the lowest price of a product from a more reliable seller regardless of its condition. Because
we update our prices once every month, amber colored prices are contingent.