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From June to September, the time to expiry went from about 1.5 years to 1.25 years. Recently, volatility has gone up as well. The bid-ask spread in long-dated out-of-the-money options can also be very wide. Put that all together and what you are seeing is not surprising. You can go to the OCC to see implied vols as well as some quote information.


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