There are three common pricing methods: cost plus, negotiated, and by the job. Cost plus is the most straightforward option; you set a price for your item and add on additional costs such as taxes and printing. A negotiated pricing method means that you talk to the customer about how much they will be willing to pay before they buy anything from you. Finally, by the job pricing refers to different prices depending on how long it takes for one individual unit of your item to be completed before it is delivered or sold.
The difference between these three types of pricing is important when deciding which method will work best for your business.