Valuables

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Valuables

Items worth a significant amount of money. Valuables include things like jewelry, high quality furniture, and electronics. Some insurance policies limit coverage on valuables without additional premiums as they can be expensive to replace. Valuables are also called high-ticket items.
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veterans, the company sponsored the event and donated high-ticket items for prizes in its 7th year of participation.
The procurement business is a $500 billion-a-year industry where almost every kind of product or service imaginable can be offered from high-ticket items like vehicles to smaller items like office supplies.
18, and what is driving that high value are kits and high-ticket items," says Dan Kitrell, vice president, account solutions, at Edina, Minn.
These are high-ticket items and an extra dollar will not steer away our customer away," he said.
These aren't high-ticket items, so the margins are low.
Says Nic Barfield of the influential Parker's guide: ``With the base rate likely to remain low for a few months longer, there seems little to deter consumers from shopping for high-ticket items such as cars and holidays.
Water features no longer are high-ticket items limited to upscale installations.
Imports included such high-ticket items as frozen squid, crab, shell-on prawn and shell-on small shrimp.
However, sellers of luxury goods ranging from BMWs to $300 designer scarves saw high-ticket items virtually flying out of stores.
Silent and live auction items included high-ticket items such as a luxury getaway to the Four Seasons Resort in Koh Samui, Thailand, The Hotel Le Toiney in St.
Although merchants have begun fighting back against what they believe is a process partial to consumers, Chargebacks911 co-founder Monica Eaton-Cardone says that the odds are still falling in the consumer's favor-largely because the majority of contested disputes are high-ticket items, and international eCommerce company, Amazon, follows in line with these statistics, as well.

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