Pricing psychology is the study of how consumers perceive and respond to different pricing strategies.

This includes tactics like

1. Anchoring (setting a high price point to make a lower price seem like a bargain) 2. Tiered pricing (offering different levels of service at different price points) 3. Bundling (offering multiple products or services at a discount)

By leveraging these strategies, you can make your prices seem more reasonable and appealing to customers.

Here are some methods in pricing:

1. Anchoring

This involves setting a high price for a product and then offering discounts.

2. Decoy pricing

In different pricing options, where the middle option is a decoy that makes the most expensive option seem more reasonable.

3. Scarcity

Creating a sense of scarcity can make a product seem more valuable and desirable.

4. Framing

This involves presenting the same price in different ways to influence how customers perceive it.

5. Odd pricing

This involves setting prices that end in odd numbers, such as $9.99 instead of $10.

6. Bundling

Bundling products or services together can make them seem like a better deal than purchasing them separately.