Multiple-Unit Pricing • This picture Buy 5 for $5!! represents this technique because this item is being sold in multiples.
$2.47 Prestige • These pictures relate to this technique because people think that because an item has $5.15 higher-than-average prices, they are suggested to have better quality.
Odd/Even • This picture has to do with the Odd/Even Pricing technique because it uses odd-numbered prices to suggest bargains.
Price Lining • This image includes price lining because the store that sell these jeans have a pricing technique which items in a certain quality are priced the same.
Bundle • This image has to do with the Bundle Pricing technique because it offers several complementary products that are sold at a single price, which the price would be lower if purchased together, rather than seperately.