It's like the cannabis market. It costs MAYBE $50 to grow a pound of very high quality buds, and that pound can sell for $3k- $5k. People always complain about the markup of weed, but still pay high prices.Cost is irrelevant to sale price.
market value is king.
profit drawn from building, marketing, future sale reduction pricing, etc.
I would be EXTREMELY surprised if sales were anywhere close to material and labor and manufacturing costs...
Why would a dealer charge less for a product that people will pay more for?