Charm Pricing

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Charm Pricing

Charm Pricing refers to the setting of prices for goods/services that end in a ‘9’.
eg Unleaded petrol $124.99
eg Hiking boots $149

Charm Pricing is used by retailers as a strategy to entice consumer spend. The rationale - shoppers tend to think that items sold for these amounts are better value than those items with rounded prices.

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