Scott Klubeck wrote: 100% depends on your existing profit margins and what you will gain from the increase in order. I'll also consider the client who is ordering as well and possible future business.
Frost Photography wrote: I agree, if you have the margin to do so, and depending on the client, yes I would give a discount. You could even get creative and stated that because of the tight margins of the prints from your supplier, that instead you will give them a 25-30% discount on the next time they book with you. Therefor you set the stage on there isn't breathing room on the canvas. However you want to give them something of value. Which is the savings on your services next time.
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