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#1 posted 12-13-2012 12:39 PM

I had a difficult time deciding how to price them. Originally my wife was pricing them on looks. If she liked it, she would put a higher price on them. The ugly ones would get a lower price. That didnt work too well. What is ugly to her might be perfect for someone else.

So we went to the local kitchen supply store. Measured the boards they had for sale to find out the board feet. Then figured out what they were charging per board foot for their cutting boards. This averaged $70-$80. So we decided to cut our price in half over there’s.

So, to answer the question “what do we charge”? All of my boards are priced at $40 / BF. Most of my boards are in the $80-$100 range. Must be a good price, because I sell a lot of them.

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