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I would like the see the actual findings…but this makes sense. If you price at 1.04, consumers may think that it is price optimally for value for the consumer / costs to the company, not just marketing assumptions to raise the price (no company lowers to .99, they go from .73 to .99 or 1.01 to 1.49). For more details, check out there blog.