Why do our seed prices vary? The simple answer is supply and demand. I price seeds lower when I have hundreds of packs. I price seeds higher when I have tens of packs. The price has nothing to do with the quality of the final product. Our seeds are fire, plain and simple.
For example, I currently have only 40 packs left of the Fritter Cookies. So it goes to the top of the price sheet. With Texas Toasted, I have about 700 packs. It goes to the bottom of the price sheet.
I should note that some plants produce more seeds than others—such as the Gelato. Gelato is also a popular strain. Some produce less, like the MAC 1. In this example, the Gelato would be priced significantly lower than the Mac seeds if harvested at the same time.
Periodically, I will adjust the prices of the seeds to reflect current stock levels.
Why Are Your Seeds Less Expensive Than Your Competition’s?
Three main reasons why our seeds are less expensive than other breeders:
- We sell directly: We actually make the seeds we sell. Then sell them directly to you, like a mom-and-pop shop.
- Our margins are realistic – We make about 25 to 35 percent profit on the seeds we sell. Still high compared to publicly traded companies but super-duper low compared to our competitors.
- We keep costs low—I’m good at business.
Comment of the day:
“It’s like they’re trying to retire off every sale,”—a Greenpoint customer remarking about other breeder prices.