package of a ski lesson, a lift ticket, and a rental at $75, much lower than the $135 price of the three individual components. The company aims to gain more customers using this strategy. This strategy is known as _____.
Which of the following is the objective of Ski Butternut’s pricing strategies?
b.Meeting competition objectives
Ski Butternut’s season pass is priced at $275—a five-visit breakeven point. What does this imply?
a.The business needs customers to visit at least five times in order to earn revenue for the visits.
b.The business will not make a profit unless passholders visit the mountain more than five times.
c.The customers will cover the cost of the pass after five visits to the mountain.
d.The customers have to visit the mountain a minimum of five times in order to become a passholder.
Ski Butternut charges customers a small premium on holidays, when demand is high, in order to preserve the experience for customers. This is an example of _____.
a.a target-return objective
Ski Butternut found that reducing the price of a lift ticket by $20 increased demand among college students. Which of the following can be inferred in this case?
a.The company uses incremental-cost pricing.
b.The demand for ski packages is inelastic.
c.The company uses a cost-plus pricing strategy.
d.The demand for ski packages is likely to be elastic.
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