Coles’s latest product is more price cuts planned in the next few weeks. It is shown that, Coles are using market –penetration pricing strategies, setting a low price for a new product in the next few weeks to attract a large number of buyers and a large market share (Kotler et al, 2010 p7). Furthermore, there are using past of Down Down campaign advertisement of their latest product.
The Coles brand poultry price cuts, which include $2.10 a kilo savings on bulk, breast fillet, and skin-off packs. It disembosom Coles brand poultry price reduce to buyers who buy large volumes through the quantity discount strategies (Kotler et al, 2010 p7).
With promotional pricing, Coles temporarily price their products below list price, and sometimes even below the cost (Kotler et al, 2010 p7). Sometimes Coles price a few products as loss leaders to attract customers to the store in the hope that they will buy other items at products at normal mark-ups and reward existing customer for their loyalty. On the other hand, there is another paragraph explain Coles was selling two-packs and four-packs of skin-off chicken breast fillet, two-pack was selling for $1.50 cheaper at $14 per kilo and four-packs will selling for $2.10 cheaper at $10.90 a kilo. From this paragraph, it is through promotional pricing marketing strategies (Kotler et al, 2010 p7).
Coles released calculation showing a basket of various items and was now more than $55 a week cheaper for big families. The supermarket is using product mix and service mix pricing strategies (Kotler et al,
References: Kotler, P, Brown, L, Burton, S Deans, K Armstrong, G 2010 Marketing, 8ed, Frenchs Forest, NSW.