If it was 3/10 Maybe but 2/10 still doesn't feel like a sale and I question at what point is it a "bundle"? Bundle Stars where anywhere from 2 to 30 can seemingly be a bundle...
Funny, that's kind of what my feelings were about it too. :) Bundlestars is my favourite bundle site out of all of them, and I own more bundles there than everywhere else combined, but all of the bundle sites including them more or less took a huge nose dive in quality bundle offerings about 18 months or more ago. Now good bundles (in my own eyes and definition) are extremely rare just about anywhere including Bundlestars. There is an increasing trend for companies like WB and others to offer "bundles" on there that are not what most people normally consider a bundle, and to charge far more for it. They basically take a game and add its DLC to it and where they would have normally sold it on say... Steam before and called it "OurGame Complete Collection" or "OurGame GOTY Edition" they now sell it on Bundlestars and call it a "bundle" to capitalize on bundle marketing sentiment/psychology.
I've noticed that "bundles" are showing up now like "Gauntlet 4-pack" and similar. That's not a bundle at all, it is a 4-pack of one game. You could call it a bundle under some definition of what 'bundle' means of course, but it's still a divergence from the traditional meaning of a game bundle means that most people have come to understood even if there is no unanimous official standard definition.
Another one is the Mortal Kombat X "bundle". It's just a complete or semi-complete collection of a game and its DLC. That's not a bundle IMHO. Take that game and all of it's DLC and add another 5-10 games (possibly with their DLC) together and sell it for $3-8 and there - then it is a bundle. :)
But yeah, the previously undefined definition of a "bundle" has been stretched to mean anywhere from 1 to infinity number of games+DLC nowadays. I wouldn't be surprised if they extend it to also include 0 games in the future. :)