More For Your Money

More For Your Money



More for Your Money
Not cheap as​ in​ the​ quality of​ the​ item but cheap as​ the​ price of​ the​ item .​
In today's world,​ most people want to​ get the​ most out of​ their money and it​ is​ by the​ actions people take,​ this theory is​ proven countless times .​
Call it​ whatever you want; sales,​ coupons,​ discounts,​ rebates; they are all designed for the​ consumer to​ save money because businesses know that people want a​ good deal when it​ comes to​ something that is​ directly related to​ a​ person's standard of​ living is​ involved
Proof for this is​ when a​ big anticipated sale occurs such as​ the​ Black Friday people will go drastic measures to​ get the​ best deal for their money .​
They will wait in​ line the​ day before and even go as​ far as​ to​ having their Thanksgiving meal while waiting in​ line of​ the​ larger more popular retail stores .​
Another proof for this is​ the​ coupons that come with your mail everyday .​
Thousands of​ pounds of​ paper are used daily to​ print coupons and list sales of​ items from various businesses.
Sales are marketing gimmick for companies to​ have a​ consumer believe contradicting statements such as​ the​ Buy more,​ spend less slogan to​ have a​ consumer buy more of​ their products .​
But how this really works is​ that when you buy one item every consecutive item is​ cheaper than the​ previous purchase .​
However if​ you think about this logically the​ consumer is​ actually spending a​ lot more money than the​ consumer may have originally have spent if​ there was no sale.
Another marketing gimmick for companies for consumers to​ buy their products is​ through coupons .​
Be it​ the​ ones you get in​ your mail or​ from the​ ones form the​ internet,​ they both give you a​ discount or​ some kind of​ service as​ long as​ you meet the​ conditions of​ what is​ required for you to​ receive the​ discount .​
How this is​ still profitable for businesses is​ that it​ may give a​ discount but going to​ that store to​ just buy that item is​ usually unlikely so the​ consumer may buy other products as​ well .​
But for items that are extremely expensive,​ using a​ coupon to​ buy just one item but because of​ how expensive the​ item originally was,​ cutting the​ price by one hundred to​ even one thousand dollars can still mean a​ profit for the​ business.
A third marketing gimmick that businesses use is​ rebates .​
Two of​ the​ most common types of​ rebates are the​ in-store rebate and the​ mail-in rebate .​
the​ in-store rebate is​ usually done by giving the​ customer in​ advanced a​ certain amount of​ store credit so the​ customer buys the​ item at​ a​ reduced price .​
How a​ mail-in rebate works is​ that the​ consumer buys the​ item at​ full price but mails a​ copy of​ the​ receipt,​ a​ copy of​ the​ UPC barcode,​ and a​ filled rebate form to​ the​ specified location provided by the​ store to​ receive a​ check for however much the​ rebate is​ for.




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