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July 31, 2014

"At this bar I go to, the prices of the beers change every 15 minutes based on supply and demand inside the bar."

Fifteen minutes seems a little short, but the idea is certainly worth experimenting with. (Unless it's just a marketing gimmick.)

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Clay

Dave and Busters in Cincinnati changed prices on their video games for peak / non-peak rates via computer, though generally set at larger intervals.

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