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I have seen the following on a few listings this week. There must be some strategy or reasoning behind it. I even saw this on one item sold by Amazon. Item will be listed lets say at 12.95 with three variations of the same item 2 for 55.00 3 for 75.00. No

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I have seen the following on a few listings this week. There must be some strategy or reasoning behind it. I even saw this on one item sold by Amazon. Item will be listed lets say at 12.95 with three variations of the same item 2 for 55.00 3 for 75.00. Now we all know those additional unit variations dont sell. But why are they there at higher costs than the original item? Here is one example http://amzn.to/1La4ZW0
Any thoughts?

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I dont think theres much of a strategy here; unless they assume people can’t multiply and would pay more through a variation than they would by just adding more to their cart?

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