A friend on another forum got a copy of the old cached price page so you can compare (I'm sure he won't mind me posting here):
I also did some of the numbers so you can compare in real terms (I posted this elsewhere so this is a direct quote):
"This now means a $10k site costs $1019 to sell (assuming no upgrades) vs. the $529 before.
A $60k site now costs $6019 to sell vs $3029 before.
A $100k site now costs $10,019 to sell vs $3029 before.
TL;DR - if you're selling a site over $60k on Flippa it will now cost you AT LEAST double than it did before (getting proportionately more expensive). Sellers with a $100k site are now $6990 worse off. All Flippa have done here is killed their mid-5 figure and above market (which arguably they didn't have before anyway). Call me biased, but this is not one of Flippa's better ideas."
Interesting move by Flippa as it signals a refocus on new/unestablished sites and a move away from the higher end deals. It also continues their focus on domains which is one of the few Flippa success stories from 2013.