You know the ones, those pages that won't close without getting pop-ups first asking you are you sure you want to leave? Well, yes, I was sure, but now I want to see the rest of the story first, lol.
So there you go. Do you want to pay more or less for the same thing? That's a tough one, huh? lol
Personally, I find that insulting to all the buyers that paid the original price. In a sense it's like saying: "Hey, dummy, you should have just tried to leave and you would have gotten it cheaper"
Maybe this strategy gets more sales, but you have to question the relationship you are building with "loyal" customers, huh? In essence you are cheating them right from the start, no?
Anyway, from now on, before you buy anything, first try to exit the page, Let's teach the slick marketers that there is a price to pay for subliminal sales tactics. lol
And if you bought something, go back to the sales page and see if you could have gotten it cheaper. Maybe cancel your purchase and repurchase at the discount price. Sort of a pay back for playing with your wallet, huh? What's fair is fair, no? lol
On the other hand, why would you want to keep something when the seller is already "cheating?" you out of cash right from the start from his sales page?
I remember one product I opted out of that actually went to step three and offered yet another lower price. The difference between the first and third price was very significant.
Now here is one such program falling into this category:
Get the platinum edition with VIP for $37 and $9.90 per month subscription.
Or click to close the page and get the package for $27 and $9.90 per month subscription.
That's 27% initial discount right off the batting mound.
Do this four times on purchases and you get a fifth program free. lol
Now why would anyone in their right mind buy anything again without first clicking exit to see if there is a cheaper price? Try it, you'll like it.