Can a mod please explain to me the Marketplace rule on "nontrivial price change?" The last two times I've submitted a post report, the moderation team deemed that no action was necessary, and after that, I can't begin to understand what would be deemed a trivial price change. For reference, rule 11.3 of the marketplace rules states In the first instance, the poster was selling an item for $32. Four days later, he dropped the price to $26. $6 on $32 seems like a nontrivial price drop. Three days later, he dropped the price to $25. A $1 drop on an item originally selling for $32 (a 3% drop), or even just on the $26 (a 4% drop), seems to me like a trivial price drop. In the second instance, the poster was selling an item for $250. 11 days later, he drops the price by $5 to $245. A 2% drop. Again, this seems to be trivial to me, but both times, I was told it was within the rules. Just how small does a price drop have to be, either in terms or raw dollars, or in a percentage of the original or previous prices, to be considered trivial? What do the rest of MacRumors users think? Appreciate the help. I'm just trying to understand the rules a bit better. Thanks!