@IAMIS Explicitly, YES. In fact, the warehouse crew will have no idea how much you did or didn’t spend. They just slap a random IRK-order label on a random IRK box, and off it goes. The only thing that the higher price does is increase the number of things you have to buy later in order to amortize the investment.
@zacks Well, in theory they’re only paying the tax (and maybe shipping) on these, and prepaying $40 on their next 8 orders.
In practice, I’m not confident that I’ll actually make 8 orders by the end of the year. It looks like I average around 2 per month, but I’ve been trying to slow down a little. So I stopped trying for IRKs today at $30.
If everyone would now STOP buying the Irks at the inflated prices then they would stop increasing them $5 every time. Maybe then they will go back down to a reasonable level of cost as apparently the skies the limit today!