Door Crasher

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Definition of 'Door Crasher'


A low-priced item of limited quantity typically offered on special, early-opening hours to attract buyers into a retail store. Door crashers are a sales and marketing tactic to bring customer into the stores in hopes that they buy other items as well. It is also a way to drive customers to their stores as opposed to competitors'.
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Investopedia explains 'Door Crasher'


Door crashers are often placed on sale during large shopping days, such as Black Friday and after Christmas. Retailers only offer limited quantities of the door crashers in hopes that more consumers will arrive than there are available door crashers. By doing so, the store hopes that once the consumer is already there, they will purchase a similar item with a higher price tag.
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