Jan 17, 2024

Edpuzzle: Are You Being Charged More Than Everyone Else?

Can the kind of computer you use to do your online shopping influence the prices you see? Check out this week's Edpuzzle to find out!

You're sitting down at your MacBook, checking out some new golf clubs you can't wait to buy. Right as you're about to click buy, you notice your friend is looking at the same clubs for about $100 cheaper...and they're on a Windows laptop. Could this really be why you're expected to pay more?

This video from TwoCents titled "Are You Being Charged More Than Everyone Else?" explains why one person might see different prices than someone else when shopping online. 


The Two Cents hosts standing back to back, comparing two mugs with different prices.


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About the Author

Ryan Wood

Ryan grew up with and maintains a love for learning. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay with a degree in Business Administration and worked in sports marketing for a number of years. After living in Texas, Colorado, Tennessee, and Minnesota, the call of education eventually brought Ryan back to his home state of Wisconsin where he was a Business and Marketing teacher for three years. In his free time he likes to spend time with his wife and daughter, play basketball, read, and go fishing. Now with NGPF, Ryan is excited to help teachers lead the most important course their students will ever take.

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