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stefanmelstad
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Jun 1, 2017
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I have a question regarding the presented MSRP, if it's actually correct? On Mauviel's website this saucepan is offered for $190 as list price. https://www.mauvielusa.com/cookware/M-150c2-Copper-Stainless-Steel-Saucepan-Lid-plu400.html
It's not very accurate talking about 44% discount...
Jun 1, 2017
kstokley
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Jun 1, 2017
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The MSRP of $250 is correct. Mauviel is selling for less on their site right now but that does not change the price structure they set each year. Any other site offering a discount will list the $250 MSRP as we did. With almost every product that is not direct to consumer you will have a MAP(minimum advertised price) and an MSRP(manufacturers suggested retail price). Those two prices act as the floor and ceiling for sellers. The biggest reason for MSRP besides creating margin for resellers is to protect consumers from wildly inflated prices.
Jun 1, 2017
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