Pricing means choosing a price for any product or service, or this is an online product or service, or is a product or service from particular company, or a price quoted for a product that is in a supermarket or elsewhere in a market store for the product to be sold.
For example, when we are citing a product, we really want to know the value of a product in terms of the use or services it offers. At travel agencies or airlines, these terms are considered part of the ticket terminology. You can also contact experts who provide customised printed labels.
Other terms for pricing are fixing prices and, in relation to tickets, fixing fares; therefore, the offer includes pricing (tariffs) and pricing options (tariffs). Before we click "Pricing options" for tickets on the computer, we must first specify the fare (Preis0, that is, price).
People who work for travel agencies, airlines, or delivery companies know better how to do this.
After you click on the fare setting and then on the ticket price, we can find out with the computer what the actual price of a product, in this case the ticket, is based on the net price and the gross price, while the net price refers to the net value of the product, distances and kilometers, the type of service offered in class A, B, C, D on board.