Remember the Subway “Five-dollar footlong” jingle from 2008? Ten years later, Subway is doubling down on the promotion with a two-month run of $4.99 footlong sandwiches. While the news is music to the ears of delighted deal-seeking Subway customers, not all is well in Sandwichville.
Topics: Pricing with Confidence
Last week, Netflix announced a $1-$2 monthly price increase for its standard and premium plans. Investors applauded the move, with shares lifting 5.4% on October 6th, adding over $4B to Netflix’ market cap. How many other executives are now evaluating their pricing decisions in search of incremental revenue? Should you?
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For over a decade, athletic titan Nike declined to partner with Amazon, America’s largest online retailer. Nike held out, wanting to carefully control brand messaging while enjoying higher margins through its distribution network of brick and mortar stores. On June 29th, Nike conceded by confirming a deal with Amazon to sell and distribute apparel and footwear.