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Ok, so typical mark up from wholesale to retail when selling to a store is 75%-100%.

My question is, in the situation where a website is interested in carrying your item-- however they want you to store it and be responsible for shipping once an order is placed-- does the pricing rules change?

It doesn't seem like they should continue to make the same profit as a store when they do not have the overhead and you are doing the work for them. Anyone with experience dealing with this?

Thanks in advance!

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