So after ringing up a bottle of Enjoy By at a price that seemed a little to far out i did some investigation as to why it was higher than i thought it should be. Turns out a hoarder came through and basically picked the whole case off the shelf by paying other people to purchase the beer for him (subverting the bottle limit) so he could have all of it. this in turn caused a price increase to discourage multiple bottle purchases and really only get it to the people that really wanted it. now i dont blame the guy but he just essentially screwed the rest of the customers from being able to buy a normal priced bottle my idea, and id love to hear feed back on this, is a reverse tier pricing structure to reward customers with the best price for purchasing smaller amounts. this way if some one truely wants the whole case they could purchase it if they wish but would endup paying around double the cost for doing so. example 1 bottle 3.99/bottle, 2-4 bottles makes 5.99/bottle, 4-8 bottles 7.99/bottle so forth and so on with different structures based on allocation (10 cases v 1 case) thoughts and ideas? anyone currently using this practice or come across it previously?