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Jeremy Greiner

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#1 posted 08-13-2012 06:32 PM

The $20 and 2 for $30 is a great idea .. people do love a bargain! I think you can range your prices from $10 to $30 and see what sells. I forget the economic term for this, but there is a point where you set the price too low that a customer automatically thinks it’s bad and won’t consider buying it.

-jeremy

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