I just read a really interesting article from The Retail Experience newsletter that covered the controversial and elusive concept of Value-Pricing. Many folks think about retail value-based pricing as charging different prices to different customers based on their perceived value of the same product. It’s great in theory but difficult in practice. Furthermore, issues around consumer privacy and misleading advertising could prevent value-based retail pricing from being put into practice. On the other hand, online retailers are adjusting prices all the time based on fluctuating inventories, time of day and how much the competition is charging. The big question is do you pay higher prices on Amazon than the next customer. If you found out, you might love Amazon a little less… Check out the entire article here.