The Price Is Red - What Does That Mean?
|update on: [2007-12-12]|
If you see a RED price on a onVon product, that means it's just been reduced to an ultra cheap special discount rate.
The old price is crossed out and the red price is the new price FOR ANY QUANTITY.
So the single item sample price is the same as the per-piece price at higher quantities.
As usual, if you are ordering more than 250 pieces you can contact us to see if we can get you an even better price.
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