#167: Remove the ‘$’ and Reduce the Font on Prices

by | Aug 24, 2016 | eBook, MeshLabs

“Neiman Marcus doesn’t use dollar signs when trying to sell their pricey items, like Valentino handbags…”

@Kissmetrics

In a recent study by Cornell University, diners were more likely to purchase more expensive entrees when the ‘$’ had been removed from the price. According to Kissmetrics, reducing the font size on prices is also shown to make prices appear more reasonable. Split test this strategy in a campaign and see if your customers find your prices more palatable.

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