price break

price break

n
(Commerce) a reduction in price, esp for bulk purchase
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In this paper, we introduce the neutrosophic inventory models with neutrosophic price break to find the optimal solution of the model for the optimal order quantity.
more expensive, depriving drivers of the usual price break between Memorial Day and July Fourth.
"The increase in postage this year is a painful nearly seven percent jump from USD0.46 to USD0.49 but Stamps.com users get a nice price break as they only have to pay four percent more at USD0.48," said Ken McBride, Stamps.com chairman and CEO.
Considering all the extra gear and features that they come with compared to previous-generation consoles like 4k, DVR, updated cameras, Kinect, vastly improved hardware, games running on significantly prettier graphics engines and more, we expect a $50 price break over the launch prices of the past generation systems at most.
Travis, from Forester, says Handgunner readers can get a good price break by ordering and using "HANDGUNNER10" for the coupon code.
In this paper economically realistic situation where the availability of quantity discount which results in price break is explored in the face of double digit inflation rate and possible shortage of needed supply was considered and modeled.
The second floor logged the first major "price break" -- a 19 percent jump.
Camtasia Studio 7 ($299, with a 50 percent upgrade price break for current users) comes with free Digital Juice media assets and sequences for adding various background features such as titles.
Lach offers two possible reasons for the price break: higher price elasticity and lower search costs.
Here's our approach: By mail, we send out one "early" renewal notice, with a price break for those who renew at that time.
Because Sony gave the district a significant price break, the financial exchange was fairly even, Tantillo says.