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What's more important to you: quality or price?


We all want to get the best product possible for the lowest price possible, but sometimes we are inclined to believe that lower quality products must be cheaper than higher quality products. This isn't always true though; often, you can get high-quality items at lower prices than their lower-quality counterparts. If you want to know more about this, keep reading to find out why you don’t always have to pay a premium price in order to get an item of better quality!


The top reasons why people prefer to buy cheap stuff

1. It feels good to get a discount.

2. You think that if it is cheaper, the quality must be just as good, or even better than if you were paying for the most expensive item in the store.

3. People are always trying to save money and one way they can do that is by buying cheaper items instead of spending their hard-earned money on something they don't really need.


Here are 5 reasons why buying quality is better than buying cheap

1) Quality is more likely to last a lifetime.

2) A lower-quality product will likely need replacing sooner.

3) If it breaks, you'll either have to spend money on another one, or do without the item altogether.

4) Cheap products are often made of cheaper materials that may be harmful to your health.

5) Cheap products are usually not worth what they cost.


The things that matter most should be bought with quality in mind

There are some items in your life that are worth saving up for. These should be bought with quality as the number one priority. Quality is a better investment because it will last longer and have less problems. For example, even though they might be expensive upfront, good shoes can last a lot longer than cheap ones, which will require replacing sooner.


Consider these factors when making a purchase decision

1. How much money is in your budget for the purchase?

2. What are the costs of repairing, maintaining and replacing the product over its lifetime?

3. Is it worth spending a little more for an item that will last longer and require less maintenance (i.e., buying a high-quality belt instead of ten cheaper belts)?

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