Three Dollar Signs

Why is it that the same product will sell for $1.00 at a yard sale, $3.00 at a second hand shop, and $10.00 at a vintage & collectibles boutique?  Or this product will not sell at the yard sale or at the second hand shop, but will sell for $20.00 at the vintage & collectibles boutique?  Why does it matter who is selling the product or where it's being sold, especially if it's not electronics or automotive?  

A bargain price doesn't necessarily equate with a substandard product just as an inflated price doesn't guarantee quality.  

 

February 01, 2016 — Virginia Horan

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