…now I’m not tune deaf and can hold a tune, but when it comes to pricing products you’ll be glad I’m not Taylor.
Seems things are going through a revamp when it comes to concert tickets and how they’re priced.
And Taylor is caught up in the controversy.
Normally when tickets go on sale, you started at the lowest price and work upwards. So the last few are almost always the most expensive.
Makes sense, right?
But now some ‘genius’ has decided to put that model on it’s head. Sell the expensive tickets at the start, and if it doesn’t sell out, reduce the prices until you’ve got a full house.
I don’t know about you, but I wouldn’t be happy knowing Joe Blow got into a show for a fraction of what I paid for my ticket.
But then, sometimes you see this online. A Guru giving away a course that 6 months ago cost a thousand bucks ….(that people paid that money for it)…and then they brag about that fact.
I don’t know about you but I’d be pissed.
So today you can get lifetime access to my trend watching software for $20,000.
PS – Oh sorry, I don’t do that, get it here for 20 bucks.
It’s closing soon, and you’ll never get in this low ever again. Because I’m not Taylor Swift.
And yes, it’s a PayPal link, so that’s why it’s cheaper.
Although, I could write a sales letter and charge you twenty grand. 🙂