- Price which appears to be either a bargain, or cheaper than it really is, e.g. $99 instead of $100.
- Price which appeals to vanity or status, usually a high price.
Creating a Unique Selling Proposition Based on Price (But Not Low Prices) for Industrial Products & Services: The “Price Marketing” Method to Make Your $20,000+ Solutions Easier To Buy
Whether you are selling face-to-face, via social selling, on the phone, through retail, or via e-commerce channels, positioning your company and product to be unique and valuable is one of the most difficult challenges. Look at …