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This builds positive sentiment among consumers, and as the Lowe’s example showed, increases the chances of these consumers spending even more while they’re in the store 3. Private labels and exclusives: Retailers that sell products under their own private labels minimize the effect of price wars because they pay only a manufacturing fee for those products but not the typical wholesale fee. Common private label brands include the likes of Archer Farms and Market Pantry at Target, Kirkland Signature at Costco, and Alfani, Epic Threads and American Rag at Macy’s. Retailers can create a similar situation if they offer exclusive third-party brands in their stores. If customers know they can buy Behr paints only at Home Depot, they may be willing to pay slightly higher prices because they know it’s the only game in town for that particular brand and paint color. The retail price wars affect not only retailers, but brand manufacturers as well. Here are key things brands can do to minimize negative effects: 1. Hybrid selling strategy: For brands that sell products on retail sites such as Amazon, diversifying selling strategies is vital. When possible, brands should make products available for first-party purchases (to take advantage of Amazon Prime, which usually includes free two-day shipping), third-party (in which the brand ships the products from its own business) and direct-to-consumer (in which they sell from their own site and fulfill the orders, as well). This hybrid strategy allows for more flexibility and keeps the retailers honest.
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