And HMV isnít having a liquidation sale. They want to sell the stock they have for a price on which they can still make an operating profit. The expectation and hope is that they can trade their way out of administration. These are not like the last days of Comet where a firesale resulted in prices dropping through the floor.
Most of it would go back to the supplier anyway.
25% will be the best it gets and 50% off the juice and sweets maybe then the doors shut and HMV would be no more.
Best out come is a new buyer.