What is a Price Point?
A price point is the price that you are prepared to pay for an item, not actually the listed price. In marketing terms the price point is the price that the market will take.
What is a Price Book?
A price book is a list of prices that you maintain to identify price cycles. It is most commonly used when grocery shopping however can be used for any regular consumer purchases. After you have been shopping for a while you will notice that similar discounted prices keep appearing on specific grocery items. A traditional price book would contain information about the best shelf price that you can buy a product listed by its unit price. See What is a Price Book for more information.
Can I import my Facebook profile into myPrice.com.au?
We understand that Facebook users already are already trusted on the web, so if you are one of the many with a Facebook account you can simply use Facebook Sign In. This will automatically import your profile and you can begin using the myPrice site. See site news for more information.
Why can’t I purchase anything?
Although some features of myPrice.com.au may look a little like a traditional shopping cart, we only maintain Australian community grocery pricing and don’t actually have anything for sale on this site. However, there are plenty of online shopping sites or catalogues on the internet so visit them and when you want to learn what price you should be paying for groceries come back and browse myPrice.com.au for a little more information.
I haven’t logged in for a while and can’t remember my password?
Try clicking on the ‘Can’t remember Password’ link found on the login page, found at various locations around the site.