Run-Out Strategy

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Run-Out Strategy

a strategic decision to allow a product in the decline stage of its life-cycle to continue to be sold, especially if the product has a sizable hard-core market which insists on buying it; often, the marketer may raise the price a little to obtain a slight premium price while paring all promotional costs.

See: Decline Stage

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