SixGunSeeds.com cyber monday sale

Sixgunseeds

In Bloom
We had a terrible black Friday.
So we are going to try to do a cyber monday sale.
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We always under promise and over deliver. Free stuff in every order. Save now. Support small business instead of multi millionaire breeders.
 

Sixgunseeds

In Bloom
Bogo ? It's all about value these days w covid and all that stuff
Every sale we do ALWAYS has free products. We under promise and over deliver everytime. Value for both consumer and supplier is important. Im a small business. Doing limited release small batches. I dont do 10000 plants per run. I always provide excellent customer service. And provide a proper experience. Seems others just want to male the rich richer. And people like me go hungry. All good i guess.
Bogo ? It's all about value these days w covid and all that stuff
Did a bogo a few weeks back. Nothing. Seems people only want to get genetics from a handful of breeders. Hey not much i can do there. But you never know who the next big name might be. And some will never get a name due to never being chosen. The way of business is a trip.
All good. I have some genetics headed to a member here. The proof is in the pudding as they would say. Proof of our products will be here soon. Aswell as much documentation on other sites. Either way. Im trying to help the consumer. They have to want to help us aswell.
Not a rant. Just trying to be clear. Also its like 4am. Already working on plants. I do this full time. Seven days a week. This isnt a side job or hobby. Breeding pays the bills. Feeds my family. So lets see what happens.
 

Frimpong

🔥Freak.genetics🔥
Every sale we do ALWAYS has free products. We under promise and over deliver everytime. Value for both consumer and supplier is important. Im a small business. Doing limited release small batches. I dont do 10000 plants per run. I always provide excellent customer service. And provide a proper experience. Seems others just want to male the rich richer. And people like me go hungry. All good i guess.

Did a bogo a few weeks back. Nothing. Seems people only want to get genetics from a handful of breeders. Hey not much i can do there. But you never know who the next big name might be. And some will never get a name due to never being chosen. The way of business is a trip.
All good. I have some genetics headed to a member here. The proof is in the pudding as they would say. Proof of our products will be here soon. Aswell as much documentation on other sites. Either way. Im trying to help the consumer. They have to want to help us aswell.
Not a rant. Just trying to be clear. Also its like 4am. Already working on plants. I do this full time. Seven days a week. This isnt a side job or hobby. Breeding pays the bills. Feeds my family. So lets see what happens.
Best of luck man 👍. Proof is def in the pudding.
 

Sixgunseeds

In Bloom
I find my own water always have always will. Let's see some pics of ur strains . I'd love to see some fire and am always open to trying new stuff .
Most stuff is on IG. Working on moving stuff to this site aswell as beanbasement. Trying to expand our online exspoure. Check us out there at @SGS_CO.
Been going through a lot of burnout recently. Im a one man show. I do like five jobs. Gets tiring putting in so much work with little return. Also knowing holidays are slow havent been trying hard to move products
 
Can only lead the horse to water. Its up to them to eat pudding
It's a tough, congested marketplace with new entrants daily.
Like in almost any modern business, quality of product is not as important as effective marketing. It sucks, but that's how it goes.

Having talent and commitment is no guarantee of anything either. I first learned this when booking music for a club I ran long ago: for every band that had success, there were 1000 others just as talented and hard-working who never got anywhere.

Either you are selling old school stuff to a shrinking market or you are competing with a million others in trying to find the next hype strain. Add in places like this where many smaller breeders freely exchange quality genetics and I don't envy you at all.
 

Sixgunseeds

In Bloom
It's a tough, congested marketplace with new entrants daily.
Like in almost any modern business, quality of product is not as important as effective marketing. It sucks, but that's how it goes.

Having talent and commitment is no guarantee of anything either. I first learned this when booking music for a club I ran long ago: for every band that had success, there were 1000 others just as talented and hard-working who never got anywhere.

Either you are selling old school stuff to a shrinking market or you are competing with a million others in trying to find the next hype strain. Add in places like this where many smaller breeders freely exchange quality genetics and I don't envy you at all.
Thats exactly where this business is.
 

Willie

In Bloom
Can only lead the horse to water. Its up to them to eat pudding
Dude, don't get offended but your prices are high. That might explain the lack of biz. Why buy your fruity pebbles stardawg cross @ $200 when you could get it for $25 at GPS. $180-$200 for a pack of regs seems a bit much. Hopefully I'm on the right page.....there is NO LINK posted here that I could find so I'm looking here
 

Sixgunseeds

In Bloom
Dude, don't get offended but your prices are high. That might explain the lack of biz. Why buy your fruity pebbles stardawg cross @ $200 when you could get it for $25 at GPS. $180-$200 for a pack of regs seems a bit much. Hopefully I'm on the right page.....there is NO LINK posted here that I could find so I'm looking here
So this is a topic of much debate.
You might say its high.
My time isnt valuable?
The costs going into the process dont cost me?
Is 200 for a pack of beans really that exspensive?
Can you grow one ounce out of a pack of beans?

So if you had to buy a ounce from a shop. Youd pay waaaaaay more than the price of my packs.
Reg seeds should cost more. They are open ended. Meaning you can rebreed or cross.
My time and overhead costs are a factor that is neglected.
If you choose to buy 30 dollarseed packs thats on you.
We dont use products like that to build our crosses.
Example our lumpy cut of apple fritter. That comands a huge tag to get it. The females we bought for that were 400. By the time its all said and done. The apple fritter project just for genetics cost me around 3500.
While you might find Apple fritter for cheaper then what we will offer them for. I highly doubt they will have the same quality.
In a free market. Worth of a product is only as valuable as what the consumer will pay.
Again as a small batch. Limited quantity business. We domt see letting great products go for boof prices. If you have a product and its sold that cheap. Chances are its not very good. I see this day in and day out from people who buy 30 dollar packs
 

Frimpong

🔥Freak.genetics🔥
Dude, don't get offended but your prices are high. That might explain the lack of biz. Why buy your fruity pebbles stardawg cross @ $200 when you could get it for $25 at GPS. $180-$200 for a pack of regs seems a bit much. Hopefully I'm on the right page.....there is NO LINK posted here that I could find so I'm looking here
Homie just got here too, kind of got to put the work in
 

Willie

In Bloom
So this is a topic of much debate.
You might say its high.
My time isnt valuable?
The costs going into the process dont cost me?
Is 200 for a pack of beans really that exspensive?
Can you grow one ounce out of a pack of beans?

So if you had to buy a ounce from a shop. Youd pay waaaaaay more than the price of my packs.
Reg seeds should cost more. They are open ended. Meaning you can rebreed or cross.
My time and overhead costs are a factor that is neglected.
If you choose to buy 30 dollarseed packs thats on you.
We dont use products like that to build our crosses.
Example our lumpy cut of apple fritter. That comands a huge tag to get it. The females we bought for that were 400. By the time its all said and done. The apple fritter project just for genetics cost me around 3500.
While you might find Apple fritter for cheaper then what we will offer them for. I highly doubt they will have the same quality.
In a free market. Worth of a product is only as valuable as what the consumer will pay.
Again as a small batch. Limited quantity business. We domt see letting great products go for boof prices. If you have a product and its sold that cheap. Chances are its not very good. I see this day in and day out from people who buy 30 dollar packs

You'll get the answer to those questions via how many sales you are making. Rationalizing your retail price against "your time" is flawed logic. Your time, and I'm sure you put yours in, is irrelevant in a "market". Taking the fruity pebble cross mentioned earlier.........you could 8 paks for the same price.....What you need to show me is WHY yours are 8x better.
You posted you were not making sales and I'm just trying to give you a perspective from a buyers side.

If I wanted to sell seed packs for those prices......I would get my seeds into as many good growers hands as possible to PROVE the value.........any biz is an outlay up front and part of the package.
 

Sixgunseeds

In Bloom
You'll get the answer to those questions via how many sales you are making. Rationalizing your retail price against "your time" is flawed logic. Your time, and I'm sure you put yours in, is irrelevant in a "market". Taking the fruity pebble cross mentioned earlier.........you could 8 paks for the same price.....What you need to show me is WHY yours are 8x better.
You posted you were not making sales and I'm just trying to give you a perspective from a buyers side.

If I wanted to sell seed packs for those prices......I would get my seeds into as many good growers hands as possible to PROVE the value.........any biz is an outlay up front and part of the package.
Welp. We arent selling untested f1 hermies. And we arent chunkin. So those are pretty good reasons right there. Alomg with a slew of others. You might not value my time. I do however.
 

Sixgunseeds

In Bloom
You'll get the answer to those questions via how many sales you are making. Rationalizing your retail price against "your time" is flawed logic. Your time, and I'm sure you put yours in, is irrelevant in a "market". Taking the fruity pebble cross mentioned earlier.........you could 8 paks for the same price.....What you need to show me is WHY yours are 8x better.
You posted you were not making sales and I'm just trying to give you a perspective from a buyers side.

If I wanted to sell seed packs for those prices......I would get my seeds into as many good growers hands as possible to PROVE the value.........any biz is an outlay up front and part of the package.
A side note.
We do very well in sales fyi. However it could always be better. Make no mistake, lots of people have our products and are extremely happy. Repeat clients are common.
But. Unlike some seed houses out there. We are still looking for that sell out. That one hit, the one that sets you for life. We are very close and expect to possibly have that this comimg year.
 

jaguarlax

Tactical Gardener
Staff member
Moderator
So this is a topic of much debate.
You might say its high.
My time isnt valuable?
The costs going into the process dont cost me?
Is 200 for a pack of beans really that exspensive?
Can you grow one ounce out of a pack of beans?

So if you had to buy a ounce from a shop. Youd pay waaaaaay more than the price of my packs.
Reg seeds should cost more. They are open ended. Meaning you can rebreed or cross.
My time and overhead costs are a factor that is neglected.
If you choose to buy 30 dollarseed packs thats on you.
We dont use products like that to build our crosses.
Example our lumpy cut of apple fritter. That comands a huge tag to get it. The females we bought for that were 400. By the time its all said and done. The apple fritter project just for genetics cost me around 3500.
While you might find Apple fritter for cheaper then what we will offer them for. I highly doubt they will have the same quality.
In a free market. Worth of a product is only as valuable as what the consumer will pay.
Again as a small batch. Limited quantity business. We domt see letting great products go for boof prices. If you have a product and its sold that cheap. Chances are its not very good. I see this day in and day out from people who buy 30 dollar packs
I think all of our time is very valuable.

With that said, I think 200 for a pack of beans is very high compared to the current market. I personally think an arguement could be made that cannabis seed should be more expensive for the amount of work we all put in to our craft, however its the market that drives prices, not how much we feel they are worth. I personally would never spend 200 dollars on a pack of beans, unless it was a proven cultivar. That takes years imo.... There are about 5 seed vendors that I can think of off the top of my head, that are in the $60-100 dollar range that will produce some of the most potent and heaviest yielding flowers available. Furthermore these guys are active on multiple online communities, and consistently give to charities and things like that. I think the question is, what is it about your seed that makes yours so much better than theirs?

While were on the topic of expensive seed... What are the Genetics of your Peanut Butter Breath?
 

Sixgunseeds

In Bloom
I think all of our time is very valuable.

With that said, I think 200 for a pack of beans is very high compared to the current market. I personally think an arguement could be made that cannabis seed should be more expensive for the amount of work we all put in to our craft, however its the market that drives prices, not how much we feel they are worth. I personally would never spend 200 dollars on a pack of beans, unless it was a proven cultivar. That takes years imo.... There are about 5 seed vendors that I can think of off the top of my head, that are in the $60-100 dollar range that will produce some of the most potent and heaviest yielding flowers available. Furthermore these guys are active on multiple online communities, and consistently give to charities and things like that. I think the question is, what is it about your seed that makes yours so much better than theirs?

While were on the topic of expensive seed... What are the Genetics of your Peanut Butter Breath?
They are TP
 
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