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# Pricing

All time
# Touting
Ticketmaster has no plans at present to introduce 'dynamic pricing' in Ireland
The company has started to roll out this system in the United States in a bid to tackle touting.
# Consumer rights
The European Union has a bone to pick with Disneyland
Are customers some certain countries being charged more?
# Consumer protection
Tesco, SuperValu, and Boots stores slapped on the wrist for overcharging
Two other businesses received convictions relating to the sale of cars.
# headwind
Apple's iPhone 6 faces a big pricing problem around the world
Relatively poorer customers can’t afford it – and they’re turning to Android.
# Freefall
Bitcoin price takes a hit as largest trader halts withdrawals
The price of one bitcoin has fallen from €676 to €451 after a software bug forces MtGox to halt all withdrawals on the site.
# German football
Bayern Munich spend €90,000 to give fans reduced tickets for Arsenal tie
A brilliant gesture from the Champions League holders.
# Purchasing Power
This is how much the iPhone 5S costs around the world
You could be paying anything between €517 to €798 depending on where you’re based.
# Twitter
Twitter hikes IPO amount to $1.61 billion
The company said it would sell 70 million shares in a price range between $17 and $20 a share.
# Budget 2014
GPs call for minimum pricing of alcohol
It is also looking for development and funding of service for diabetes patients.
# Tesco
Tesco 'greatly regrets' misleading prices on products
The company was fined €600 in a case brought by the National Consumer Agency – it says the mistake was a ‘human error’.
# Groceries
We're paying more for food... again
Grocery prices in three major supermarket chains have increased by more than five per cent since last year, new figures show.
# Supermarkets
Is Tesco allowed to hike its prices and then just drop them again?
The answer: well, legally, yes – as long as the ‘higher’ prices have been imposed for long enough.