A discount in unit price determined by either purchase quantity or dollar amount.
In life insurance, a per thousand discount allowed when the policy face amount is in excess of a certain amount designated by the insurance company. The discount is based on the concept that the acquisition cost for a small policy is the same as that for a larger one, so that in the larger policy, the cost per thousand to issue the policy is less, thus justifying the discount.
a price reduction offered on the purchase of a large quantity.
Price reductions experienced as a result of purchasing in larger volume.
A price reduction allowed by the seller in recognition of the lower per unit cost of service for larger orders compared to smaller ones.
an allowance determined by the quantity or value of a purchase
A reduction in price for volume purchases.
An inducement to a customer to make larger purchases; a price reduction for volume buying.
A proportional reduction of a rate based on quantity (aircargo).
A reduction in the unit price offered for large volume contracts.
A proportional reduction of a rate based on quantity (air cargo).
A manufacturer's or wholesaler's discount based on the quantity of cases purchased in a single order or over a specified time period. See bracket pricing.
A reduction in selling price for buying a large number of units of a product. Real accounts The name given to balance sheet accounts because they are permanent and are not closed at the end of the period.
A premium discount given for the purchase of a policy with a larger face amount. See also Policy Fee.
Preferred pricing for advertisements based on a single volume purchase for a given timeframe.