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retail price

manufacturer's suggested retail price (MSRP)

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Manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) is the price that the maker of a product recommends for it in customer-facing retail stores. A MSRP is ...

list price

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The list price is the stated value for which something is offered for sale through a particular channel such as a showroom, a retail store, a catalog...

big box store

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A big box store is a very large brick and mortar retail location which sells a variety of merchandise, usually at a low price. Big box stores are ...

showrooming

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Showrooming is the act of visiting a physical retail store to examine a product in person and then shopping online to purchase the item at a find ...

wholesale price

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Wholesale price is the price charged for a product as sold in bulk to large trade or distributor groups as opposed to what is charged to consumers.

net price

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Net price is the value at which a product or service is sold after all taxes and other costs are added and all discounts subtracted. Net price is ...

cost-plus pricing

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Cost-plus pricing is a pricing model in which the price charged for a product is equal to its cost of production plus a specific mark up.

cost price

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A cost price includes all outlays that are required for production, including property costs, materials, power, research and development, testing, ...

value-based pricing

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Value-based pricing is a method of arriving at an amount to charge for goods or services through assessing their perceived value to the purchaser. ...

retail vs. wholesale

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Retail is the sale of merchandise from a specific point (such as malls, markets and department stores) in small quantities directly to the consumer.

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