Pattern #21: What It's Worth
Pattern Author: Jakub Linowski - Founder & Editor @ GoodUI.org
Add: Higher Price Point Reference Anchoring
Sometimes the real value of a product of service is actually higher than the shown selling price. As an example, the product might be discounted or bundled with other products. In such situations, this patterns suggests to show the higher value amount (crossed out) beside the selling price in order to communicate to customers what it's really worth.
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