Optional-product Pricing

Published by MBA Skool Team, Last Updated: April 04, 2016

What is Optional-product Pricing?

Optional-product Pricing is a method through which the company earns more through cross-selling products along with a basic core product. The basic core product does not have many features (and is priced low) which can be enhanced through additional products which are sold at premium by the same company.


Examples:

It is widely used in mobile and printer industry where the cost of the basic product is comparatively less but the cost of accessories such as the cartridges, Bluetooth devices, adaptors etc is very costly.


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