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Old 07-14-2001, 10:04 PM   #1
hobojoe
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Unhappy Performance difference of .99 and .95?

Has anyone ever tested, with any of their product pricing if making a product $xx.95 performs better or worse than $xx.99, or even xx.50? I am just wondering because I am pricing some things I am going to sell, and I see the .99 and .95 variation a lot. I have always figured it really doesn't matter but just thought I would ask to see if anyone had looked into this a great deal.
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Old 07-15-2001, 07:43 AM   #2
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Very good question! I always wonder this too, and which one of these works the best (.99, .95, or .50). Somehow it makes a product price looks cheaper to consumers.

Personally, the product I am selling, I've priced it $xx.95. http://geekvillage.com/ubb/smile.gif

Good luck!

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