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End your buy now pricing with 95, 99, 88 or 00?

Labeled as discuss in General Domain Discussion started by hookbox, Jun 30, 2017.

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  1. nomen

    nomen Top Member VIP

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    Must say that I totally get the idea of pricing X00, i.e. making the number less complex and thus erasing a layer of thought process that goes into impulse buyer's head. Not gonna reprice a lot but will apply that kind of pricing for the next couple of hundred domains.
     
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  2. Adam27

    Adam27 GreenJobs.com VIP

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    Interesting insight Michael, thanks.

     
  3. SpareDomains

    SpareDomains Jay VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    I've always just done even numbers $7000.00, last few years though I've kinda switched to 49 or 99 ending in dollars and left change out so usually like $6499 or $6999. Like to leave the change at .00 so I can eliminate 3 characters in the pricing field on the sales lander as $6999 looks cleaner than $6999.00 or $6999.99 plus I hate change. :ROFL: It's not 7k anymore it's only $6999 super bargain buy it now. :ROFL:

    Personally think 99 works. If all my domains appealed to Chinese buyers then maybe I'd go 88 instead.

    Walmart is a big 97 pricer but think charm pricing might have more psychological variations in lower end pricing but think when were talking thousands of dollars doubt it matters much. If someone is willing to pay a few thousand for a domain don't think a $6999 price ruins a sale where the $6998, $6997, $6995 price makes it happen.
     
    Last edited: Jul 8, 2017
  4. Adam27

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    Switched all my domains to even numbers. Example - $500, instead of $499.

    Already had 2 sales yesterday. :)

    I know @Bram C. says charm pricing works better. I guess you have to A/B test with your domains.
     
    Last edited: Jul 15, 2017

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