Spas and Greed Discussion

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  1. SalonProfit

    You mentioned a massage costing $350 – $450 for 90minutes! For an ordinary massage that would be outright outrageous.
    How many people would be willing to shell out that kind of money for a 90 minute massage, when you could find a great massage elsewhere at a fraction of the cost?

    I agree that a Spa would need to be creative to charge top-shelf prices. Incorporating sauna, body polish, showers, and a brunch would justify higher prices. Now we are looking at a 2-3 treatment including a meal. Now people can see the value in spending $350 -$450.

    There are spa’s charging hundreds of dollars, but then its not just an ordinary massage. It is an extraordinary experience performed by two, even three therapists using heated oils and stones.

    Spas cannot just charge what they like, even if they have spacious high tech facilities. Speas need to create a winning concept; add value in the eyes of the customer and then price becomes irrelevant.

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