Removing decimals and commas in prices

Research suggests that removing decimals and commas in prices can change perceptions and make prices seem more reasonable. For example, the same product presented as $1000 is perceived to cost less than a price displayed as $1,000 or $1,000.00.
Via – The Psychology of Numbers in Design | by Aaron Otani | The Startup | Medium.

Also see: Everyday low price – Wikipedia.

Also: Pricing Psychology: A List of Tactics.

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