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.
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.
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.