bundled prices

bundled prices

the PRICING of a number of separable products as one package, usually effectively lowering the price.
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Innovative practices now offer many different kinds of bundled prices and solutions--for those with or without insurance, for the middle income or the wealthy patient," report author Devon Herrick said in a statement.
A home mortgage is still the largest single investment that a family will make, and trying to control the appraisal process with bundled prices is foolish and a grave disservice to homeowners," said Bill Garber, Director of Government Affairs of the Appraisal Institute.
The growing trend of selling 3D laser scanners directly to OEM CMM manufacturers as well as offering bundled prices is likely to have a higher impact on the average sales prices.
Abbott offered a range of bundled prices (see table).
Table Bundled Prices Offered by Abbott Test Five Four Four Three (or Tests * Tests * Tests ** fewer) Tests ** HCV $2.
Second, buyers find it difficult to compare a bundled price with a la carte offerings.
For example, the a la carte price of A could exceed the bundled price of A and B.
However, due to price pressure from DBMS vendors offering increasingly competitive offerings at bundled prices, the financial growth of this market will be in the 5%-15% range, annually.
25 bundled price for shampoo and conditioner is above the $4.
It is unclear whether the "average variable cost" test in Judge Kaplan's alternative (a) requires analysis of the aggregate bundled price versus the aggregate bundled cost or a more nuanced calculation.
When the seller increases the stand-alone price of one or more individual products, but then concurrently creates a bundle with discounts or rebates that reduce the net bundled price back to the prebundled level, but no lower, the consumer benefit of the bundle may be illusory.