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bundling


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The marketing of related products as a single unit. The price of the bundle is set at less than the sum of the prices of the separate items. Bundling is an example of second-degree price discrimination and is employed to increase profit by extracting additional consumer surplus.

Subjects: Marketing — Economics.


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