Definition of dynamic pricing in English:

dynamic pricing

Line breaks: dy|nam¦ic pri¦cing

noun

[mass noun]
The practice of pricing items at a level determined by a particular customer’s perceived ability to pay.
More example sentences
  • They do customer segment dynamic pricing to increase customer loyalty.
  • If you combine an environment of dynamic pricing with global price transparency, that's going to force an awful lot of change in cost structures and distribution systems.
  • PC vendors are planning to introduce dynamic pricing to shift inventory online.

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