Jun

06

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Eggs illustrate how attributes can be used to stream buyers and price according to their willingness to pay rather than the actual cost of production.

May

20

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An example of how one vendor increases sales by selectively discounting to customers most focussed on price and least likely to buy without a discount.

May

08

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By charging different prices for the same battery Tesla illustrates that a cost-plus formula is much less important than a willingness to pay.

Apr

12

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The Society of American Florists (SAF) is helping their member florists by presenting a webinar on using pricing to increase Mother's Day sales and profits.

Apr

07

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The JetBlue decision to start charging for checked bags generated the typical, and typically wrong, reaction to unbundling.

Mar

31

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Posts this month included real world example of weight-out (a kind of hidden price increase) discounting candy and unlimited free exchanges.

Mar

28

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This real life example shows how far you can take a pricing model similar to that used by Costco and Amazon Prime. Can florists do the same?

Mar

21

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Weight-out (reducing standard package sizes) is a common approach to hiding price increases, but it presents real problems for retail florists.

Mar

09

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Another example that illustrates how the intersection of perishability and diminishing marginal utility determines discounting.

Feb

29

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More examples of products with diminishing marginal utility, and the ways smart vendors price to increase consumption in spite of that.

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