KillerApps Micro: Price Discrimination
Death-postponing cancer drugs command high prices because of the third-party payment health insurance system.
Mail-in rebate coupons succeed in promoting sales at relatively low cost because of low redemption rates.
To enhance profit, businesses often sell non-interoperable versions of the same products in different markets.
High-end-orientated garment fashion designers leave a lot of money on the table for the knockoff competitors.
The Internet has made it possible to replace fixed pricing with flexible pricing based on changing supply and demand conditions. Spot pricing will lead to a more efficient market with winners and losers.
Sports teams and other entertainment promoters use online secondary ticket auction market to compete with scalpers while sticking to uniform pricing for the primary market.
The pricing strategy of charging premium prices for business travels and deeply discounted prices for leisure travels has fallen apart amid a slowing economy and fear of on-air terrorist attacks.
Gray markets appear when cheaper goods in one market are diverted to compete with more expensive but similar goods in another market.
Under intense competition, banks pamper their best customers.
Airlines in Asia Offer Personalized Prices by Age, Race, Gender.
Nontransferable plane tickets maximize airline revenues
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