unit pricing

noun
the system of indicating the cost of a consumer product in terms of a standard unit of measure, as so much per pound, quart, or yard, in addition to the price per can, bottle, or piece.

Origin:
1965–70

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unit pricing
 
n
a system of pricing foodstuffs, etc, in which the cost of a single unit is shown to enable shoppers to see the advantage of buying multipacks

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Under straight per-unit pricing, consumers tended to over-search.
The contract type is a requirements type contract with firm fixed unit pricing.
Please break down responses in these categories with unit pricing listed as
  well.
When finished with this activity, use unit pricing to figure price per unit.
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