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com/), is now offering their customers the ability to "Name Their Price" on high-ticket items.
The customer for a high-ticket item like furniture not only sees the front of the computer desk, but she can walk around it and see how it looks from the side and back.
Check by phone is a popular choice for merchants in such industries as web hosting, legal services, credit repair and collections, loan repayment services, technical support, and advertising, as well as any legal business which sells high-ticket items or subscription based services and products.
Realistically, and barring some apocalyptic event, most consumers have gone too far down the technological rabbit hole to return to cash in a big way, especially for high-ticket items.
Shoppers were going to buy back-to-school supplies anyway, so the timing could not be better for most families, especially those seeking high-ticket items such as laptops and smartphones.
Shocked to learn public employees have been able to choose between fancy fountain pens and 24-cent ballpoints, county officials are eliminating thousands of high-ticket items from the official office supplies catalog.
Keep high-ticket items like gifts out of window view.
Cost-cutting continued to the be byword last week as publishers sought out agreements that would limit not only high-ticket items like the capital expenditures to buy new printing presses, but also smaller-cost things like state-capital coverage.
When people are tight on cash, they rein in high-ticket items, such as cars, he said, but they still like to splurge on treats such as jellies, mustards and chocolates.
Stories abound of retailers that place CCTV down 'hot' aisles containing high-ticket items rather than down quieter aisles where thefts are actually carried out.
The campaign centered on a sweepstakes with high-ticket items (Cadillac Escalade, Harley-Davidson motorcycle; his/her Rolex watches) to entice consumers to open checking accounts and to activate and use debit cards.
People are reluctant to spend on high-ticket items when they're not moving or buying a house," she said.