15+ Marketing Tricks Each Store Uses

Everything in a store is designed to make you part with your savings. Marketers use your sense of smell, sight, and sound to get you to spend more money. But that’s not all. Stores aren’t above using dirty psychological tricks to manipulate you. Let’s have a look at the most popular ones!

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– Prices ending in “.99” 0:30
– Music that is slower than your heartbeat 0:54
– Huge “sale” signs in their windows 1:13
– Loyalty cards 1:29
– Discounted goods 1:43
– Bogus coupons 2:08
– Luring you with candy 2:30
– “Limited-time offer” 2:50
– Reducing the volume of packaging 3:05
– Discounts that are easy to calculate 3:24
– Bright colors 3:45
– Confusing store design 4:00
– Putting pricier items at eye level 4:38
– The trick of bulk pricing 5:24
– Free shipping 5:52
– Guaranteed refund 6:08
– Rude salespeople ???? 6:27
– The abundance of shopping baskets 6:44
– BOGO (“Buy one, get one”) 7:10

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– Stores play music that is slower than your heartbeat to make you spend more time wandering about!
– Marketing experts know about this human quirk and place huge “sale” signs in their windows.
– One more hook that stores use to make you come back again and again is loyalty cards.
– Beware of bogus coupons! At first glance, they seem to help you save money. But in reality, they are nothing but advertisements.
– Don’t let yourself be tricked by words about a “limited-time offer.” The catch is that if you believe the offer won’t last long, you’ll most likely act impulsively.
– Have you noticed that you’ve been paying the same price for less product recently? Some manufacturers steadily reduce the volume of their packaging while the cost remains the same.
– Marketing experts use bright colors to enhance your mood, thus encouraging you to buy more.
– By rearranging their products, retailers make you wander around the store in confusion.
– Stores put pricier items at eye level to make you pay attention to them first.
– To make you spend much more than you intended, stores use the trick of bulk pricing.
– There are different BOGO varieties with the most popular ones being “Buy one item, get one for free” and “Buy one item, get the second one 50% off.”

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22 Replies to “15+ Marketing Tricks Each Store Uses”

  1. Hey guys, what was the last thing you bought in a supermarket? Can you now analyze if your decision was absolutely autonomous?

  2. There is a another scam my mom fell for they keep the product's price cheap but since it is cheap we buy more and the end ain't that cheap at all.

  3. Well in Canada if you say that you have a sale or some type of clearance event inside your store you by law have to honour that and if you don't it's called false advertising and you can be sued.

  4. Oh i was really suprised with trick about rude salespeople. Please, dear customers never get hooked on this. True and power are always on side of clients. And always: making purchases are more necessary for stores (particularly for high end stores), and you (client) may choose other stores.

  5. Many mistakes. Ofcourse i eould rather pay 60$ and receive free shipping than 43$+10$ shipping. I am saving money in long run. Say End of year you end up paying say 1000$ total for food if you pay with shipping. But if you pay everytime 60$ end of year say 1500$ you get DOUBLE the food you get for 1k$ with shipping. Yes you pay more, but you receive even more. Thats savings bro.

  6. 6:44 Yo the store I work at changed the size of it's trolleys. I think it was several months ago when they did that. I didn't think much of it at first. But now that I see this it all makes sense.

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  8. 1 kilo of apple was $2,19, on sale 2 kilos for $4,00. I bought 2 kilos. I live alone I don't know why I bought these.

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