One way to show value and highlight the great price you’re offering your customers is to point out when you are giving a discount or savings, as this lets customers know you’re giving them a great deal and lots of value. A discount also has a psychological effect – we feel we are getting a better deal and are more likely to buy. Seeing that an item is discounted not only is an incentive to buy it now, it can also encourage new users to buy that might otherwise have not considered it.
For example, when listing your price, you might write: “$97 — 50% Off Today!” This makes people feel they are getting a great deal, helps them justify the purchase to themselves and is more likely to push them over the line.
If you have several similar offers that are slightly better or more/less expensive than the other, instead of just listing off the benefits of each one next to their price, you can also not only list off the savings, but say “Good Deal,” “Better Deal,” and “Best Deal” next to each one (or “Most Savings” or something similar). Never assume that people will just do the math in their head and know which one is the best deal.
Think about how you can apply this to your business. Can you put a savings amount next to a price point (eg, “$97 — 50% Off Today!)? This makes customers feel they are getting a great deal and can encourage customers to buy that may not have bought before.INKBOOK