You Get What You Pay For

It’s been said that you get what you pay for. While there may be exceptions to that rule, it does often prove to be the case. Where quality matters, paying more for an item of higher quality can offer a better value than paying less for lesser quality.

For example, I’ve learned through comments that many of us enjoy a good cup of coffee or tea. I enjoy both and I try to be brand loyal. The flavor and consistency of the coffee and tea that I purchase have earned my loyalty even though the suggested retail price of the brands that I purchase (via mail order from the company) is much higher than the price that I would pay if I purchased coffee and tea at my local store.

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One Response to You Get What You Pay For

  1. As it happens, my experience has often been the opposite of yours

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