Your sale days can take several forms and what your committee chooses you defines your sale, so consider the various options.
ADMISSION / FEE -Some groups charge an admission fee for a “preview night or day” or even for a few hours. Those who pay a fee are allowed the “first choice” of book selection.
DOUBLE PRICE -Some groups charge double the marked price of their books (the price they marked the book) for a few hours or a day. This is another type of “preview” where attendees pay no fee, but the double price in order to have a “first choice” of book selection.
MARKED PRICE -People attending the sale pay no admission fee and the marked price of the book.
HALF-PRICE -Books can be purchased at half the marked price on a designated day.
BAG SALE -Purchasers can fill a bag for a designated price. ( You supply bags)
Half-price and bag sale days are usually at the end of a sale to help reduce the number of books left.
SALE COMBINATION -A sale may be comprised of any number of combinations from the list above or of the committee’s own creation.
One example might be: