You have the option to REMOVE it from your cart, too; I've done that also without buying it.
by beenthere - 8 hours ago
The manufacturer/distributor of the item tells the website to do that. If the website refuses, then the manufacturer/distributor doesn't sell it to them for a super-low price. So the website says yes! And more people buy it.
by Arthur - 8 hours ago
It a mistaken scheme of the past, much like demanding a phone number, most large name sites, ebay, amazon, walmart, newegg, ect do not make a buyer do that because it discourages sales and increases abandonment during checkout.
by Rigal T - 8 hours ago
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