Variable Pricing

Variable Pricing is a pricing strategy that is opposite to that of Fixed Pricing. A variable price refers to the pricing of a good or service that may, but is not required to, ‘vary’ each time the unit is sold; or the price is not guaranteed to be the same each time a unit is sold; or that each time a unit is consumed, a transaction occurs based on the number of units consumed. See Fixed Pricing.

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