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Average Ticket

The average amount one spends in a debit card transaction. One calculates the average ticket by taking the total amount spent over a period of time and dividing by the number of debit card transactions. This measures bank account activity.
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By making larger purchases more affordable, PayItSimple helps merchants increase sales conversion rates, average tickets and customer retention.
Several retail categories also saw higher average tickets compared to May.
Year-over-year overall average tickets increased 1.
Office superstores command the highest average tickets for office chairs among the three distribution channels tracked by the NPD Group, though price points have fallen across the board this year.
The fan cost index for a day at Dodger Stadium - including four average tickets, food, adult-size caps and parking - rose to $140.
The rise in average tickets reflect the strengthening position of retail as some merchants may have less of an incentive to drive sales at the expense of profits.
So a merchant who anticipates larger average tickets and higher volume in the months ahead will chose a particular pricing structure based on those numbers, while another merchant who anticipates lower average tickets and lower volume will chose a different pricing structure.
The average ticket prices and fan cost index (the price of four average tickets, two small beers, four small sodas, four hot dogs, parking for one car, two game programs and two twill caps) for the Angels and Dodgers in 1999:
The Container Store has countered the recent tough retail environment by aggressively working toward higher average tickets, Tindell continued.
As consumers flooded shopping malls in search of holiday deals this Black Friday, average tickets at Retailers increased 1.
This leads to greater average tickets and an increased frequency of shopping.
In addition to DBS and cable revenue growth, our direct sales receipts are up sharply due in large part to substantially higher inbound telephone traffic, higher average tickets, and revenue call to gross call percentage rates.