What is a reseller discount?
In your Pro or Basic Reseller account, you can enable or disable discount pricing for specific customers.
Discount pricing lets customers, such as family members or business partners, purchase products and services for prices less than your retail rates.
What does it mean to be a reseller?
A reseller is a company or individual (merchant) that purchases goods or services with the intention of selling them rather than consuming or using them. This is usually done for profit (but could be resold at a loss).
What is an example of a reseller?
Examples of producers are farmers, manufacturers and construction companies. Reseller markets: Resellers buy finished products and resell them to their customers for the purpose of making a profit. Resellers do not modify the products they buy. Examples of institutional markets are churches, hospitals, and colleges.
What is the difference between a reseller and a distributor?
A distributor does imply a closer relationship with the manufacturer. Essentially, a distributer buys direct from a manufacturer and sells to either resellers or, sometimes, the end-user directly. A reseller usually buys from a distributor or a wholesaler to get the best deal and sells directly to the end-user.