Volume discount


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Volume discount

A reduction in price based on the purchase of a large quantity.

Volume Discount

A decrease in the price for a product that occurs when the buyer acquires a particularly large quantity. A seller may offer a volume discount to entice buyers to conduct business with the seller. A volume discount reduces the profit that the seller makes on each, individual product, but it allows him/her to make a large sale quickly and receive the proceeds from it in short order.
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Filling the volume discount form is also extremely easy.
Sinha and Smith (2000) found that volume discount is an effective way to promote storable products.
The Ninth Circuit concluded that Westpac did not get any richer when it received its volume discount in the form of up-front cash than Harry Homeowner did when he received the $400 from the furniture store.
(11) Along the same lines, volume discounts granted solely because of the size of the controlled group constitute passive association benefits and do not support an intercompany charge, that is, the subsidiary keeps the discount without having to pay anything to the parent.
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b) Cumulative quantity / volume discount levels, i.e.
The company also offers a volume discount program, as well as online ordering.
GSA Schedules closely mirror commercial buying practices by providing government customers access to state-of-the-art, high-quality commercial services and products at volume discount pricing on a direct-delivery basis.
The extra parts and machines in the swap pool push up the number of systems to bargain with for that volume discount.
A reduction in the consideration previously used to calculate GST payable occurs as a result of surpassing a certain volume of purchases and a volume discount (sometimes referred to as a "rebate") is paid.
[section] 1.482-2(e)(2)(ii), unless the volume of property changing hands in an uncontrolled sale is virtually the same as the volume of property changing hands in a controlled sale, the controlled and uncontrolled sales will not, in the absence of a definite and reasonably ascertainable volume discount adjustment, be considered comparable.
A Volume Discount Program is available, as well as online ordering.