I have a client that is asking for a price on small 4.25"x4.25" all the same design stickers. he need like 50 for now but will be ordering up to a thousand every so often. does someone have a price bracket chart that you use for pricing quantity stickers? thanks
so what you price out 1000 decal for at 4.25 inches . thanks
We use three tiered pricing. All decal orders are priced per square inch. Volume dictates tier. This works for us. Your results will probably vary wildly.
The problem with tiered pricing, or volume discounts [same thing, different name] is that if the discount is more than the unit price you end up in some ridiculous situations. I stopped into a donut shop may years ago and was informed that the price was $0.10 apiece and $1.00 a dozen. I asked the clerk if I bought 11 donuts would she really charge me $1.10 and keep a straight face. She went into an innumeric coma.
Much better to price on an exponential curve primarily based on area. Or on whatever you primarily base your pricing. You avoid those really silly situations like the donut shop above and volume discounts are inherently built into the curve.