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  • Estimating RRP for your cards

    I have just been working out how much to charge for each of my cards. To do it, I put together a spreadsheet with all the info i needed on and ensured the prices worked.

    As there have been a couple of questions about pricing cards i thought I'd attach the sheet i used.

    Obviously, I have changed the costs and materials in the attached example and it is just a rough guide (you may need to factor in other costs etc not on the sheet) but thought it may be a starting point for anyone struggling. The one thing I have left as fact is the wage as it is the minimum wage for the UK

    If anyone has a different/proven way of doing it and is also willing to share then please feel free

    The link is here http://giveitagocards.com/wp-content...CARD-COSTS.pdf (you need acrobat reader or to be able to read PDFs)

    I will leave it there for the next couple of days but will need to take it down at the end of the week as don;t want it on my actual site for too long as need to develop it

    Hope this helps

    Jo
    www.alongcamejo.squarespace.com



  • #2
    This is a great idea, think i might have to give it a try with my jewellery making stuff. thanks for sharing it with us
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    • #3
      You are welcome Hope it helps a little!
      www.alongcamejo.squarespace.com


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      • #4
        Thats a great idea, i never know how much to charge for my cards and sometimes i think i charge to little as im afraid people won't buy them
        Linzi
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        • #5
          Hi

          Great idea, my husband is always telling me off for underpricing!
          jasmines-cards.co.uk
          Crafts ~ Scrapbooking ~ Weddings

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          • #6
            My husband and my brother also say that i dont charge enough for my cards to. That is a good idea Jo, now i am off to work out my prices and see what i come up with. !!!
            http://dawn-avril-morning-star.blogspot.com/

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            • #7
              This is really helpful i am the same i never know how much to charge when i finally do put a price on them i then worry is it too much or too little it's really hard but this is very good and very helpful.
              kim xx

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