What is Prestige or Premium Pricing [Strategies & Examples]

Why do people pay more for a particular product in one store when they can get the same or a similar one cheaper elsewhere? The answer is perception.  People associate high prices with high quality and exclusivity. That’s where premium … Read More

What are Retail Price Points (with examples)

For retailers, understanding what motivates customers and influences their purchase behavior is critical to survival. Generally, price is one of the top factors impacting sales volume. If a retailer charges too much, demand can plummet and hurt revenue. On the … Read More

Net Price and List Price: What is the Difference

According to the National Retail Federation (NRF), price is the second most crucial factor influencing 30% of consumers buying decisions.  But most merchants and retailers struggle to strike a balance between different pricing models, including net price and list price.  … Read More

Demand-Based Pricing: Examples of a Smart Pricing Strategy

Have you ever wondered why airline tickets skyrocket during the holidays or why you can get flowy dresses and light shirts for more than half off in the winter? Well, retailers dictate these prices by a strategy known as demand-based … Read More

Keystone Pricing Tactics That Every Retailer Must Know To Drive Sales

Retailers often struggle with how to price goods.  With increased competition, especially from ecommerce stores that have no storefront and can afford cheaper prices, can brick-and-mortar retailers remain competitive? Definitely. Customers still value the shopping experience and are ready to … Read More

Everyday Low Pricing (EDLP) Strategy: Pros & Cons (with examples)

Consumers have more choices than ever, so retailers always look for ways to get a competitive edge. Everyday Low Price (EDLP) is one of the ways retailers can distinguish themselves from their competitors. This pricing strategy, made widespread by Walmart, … Read More