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Lawn Mowers and Garden Tools
Sales and Customer Service
What is retail price markup on lawn and garden equipment?
October 07, 2014 12:21AM
The retail price markup is usually 100 percent. Lawn and garden equipment sells at high prices at the beginning of the season and is usually lowered as the season goes along.
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Asked in Math and Arithmetic
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How can I find out about a markup calculator?
A markup calculator is used to work out the final retail cost of an item if you know the price it was bought for and the percentage markup (how much profit) you want to make. There are online calculators which can do this automatically for you, or you can just use a normal calculator: for example, if you buy something for 100 and want to make 20% profit, the final price should be 100*1.2 = 120.