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Old 08-07-2010, 04:44 PM   #4492
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Originally Posted by loribelle3 View Post
I have a question for those of you who have done lots of craft shows. Do you find that items that are evenly priced sell any better/worse than those with .25, .50 or .75 added onto them? I don't want to fool with making change and carrying around quarters. I wanted to charge $1.50 for a baggie of 4 pebble magnets at this last show, but rounded up to $2--and sold several of them at that price. But then I wanted to sell the magic piggy wands for .50, and didn't think people would pay $1 for one, so I put them at 2 for $1. None of them sold. Advice please! TIA!
Ah, those cute Piggy Wands. I made a ton of them, and yes they are very cute. But no one really wanted to buy them. Almost everyone who stopped at my table picked one up, said how cute it was, showed it to her friends, read it out loud, and then put it back. I think I sold maybe 2 or 3 for $1 each.
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