Ever watch “The Price Is Right”? OK, I confess me, too. Remember the high -low game? You know, Bob Barker puts an item on a table with a price on the item and the contestants guess if the price is high or low?
Here’s a Print Brain quiz take-off on that very popular game show challenge:
Ready for this? Here’s item # 1.
Item #1 is . . . 500, 9″ x 12″ full color presentation folders with printed pockets and business card slits on both sides. With aqueous coating.
What do you think? Is the price higher or lower than: $2.50 each?
Did you say higher? I am sorry, the correct price is only $1.30 each.
Ready to try a another item? Here’s item #2.
Item #2 is . . . 250 8.” x 11″ full color brochures printed both sides on 100# gloss text with half fold. No coating on this item.
Think hard now. Is the price higher or lower than: 81 cents each?
Did you say lower? Oh, sorry. The correct price is a penny more, just 82 cents each.
Here’s you’re last try for this round. Here’s item #3.
Item #3 is . . . 2500 3 3/8″ x 2 1/8″ gift cards printed in full color on both sides of a 30 mil plastic card. Includes signature panel.
You can do it. Is the price higher or lower than 35 cents each?
Did you say lower? Excellent. The price is lower at only 26 cents each.
Thanks for playing the Print Brain “high low” game.
You can independently verify the pricing used in Print Brain “high low” at: wation-Folder-Printing.aspx