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The terms Price Discrimination and Differential Pricing are sometimes used interchangeably, and there can be some overlap, but there are some important differences as well.
Price discrimination, also referred to as price differentiation or differential pricing, involves selling identical, or very similar, products at different prices.
The term differential pricing is often used as an alternative to price discrimination, but differential pricing may also involve a higher degree of product differentiation.
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