Price Tags or Signs? How to Price your Items for a Craft Show

Price Tags or Signs? How to Price your Items for a Craft Show


Everyone has a little different opinion when it comes to putting price stickers or tags onto items. As a consumer attending an event where handmade items are sold, I like to be able to find the price of an item without asking. Price stickers, labels, or tags make that easy to do. I just pick up the item and know I’ll find a price somewhere on it. This is how most of retail does it and, as a consumer, I’ve formed the habit of just looking to find the price. If I can’t find the price, I usually put it back and walk away. Again, experience tells me if I have to ask for the price I probably can’t afford the item, which may or may not be a true assumption.

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Most of the time when I walk up to a stand and don't see a price tag on anything I assume it's too expensive for me. Price tags make it easy for me to buy Something.

Pricing items or not is a decision that needs to be based on then seller. In my previous experience of selling at craft fairs, I have always priced my items either using signage or individually. However, I have small items I sell, key chains, magnets and I use a sign with details of prices for each item. Regardless, if a customer is interested in the item, asking the price will not be a problem.

I am looking for a cute Hang and sticker price template.

I totally agree... I even hate to have to ask for a price when I am at a garage sale. It's just so much easier to know in your mind whether or not you can afford an item.


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