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November 26, 2005

Zach Feuer Gallery Gives Discounts!!

Wow.. Imagine that!! What's next... Blue Light Specials? Tag Sales, Coupons, and Widow Discount Signs?

A Hot New York Chelsea Art dealer openly admitting they give discounts in today's Saturday Wall Street Journal! See this interesting story written by Rebecca Cascade and Jacob Hale Russell : Today's WSJ Story About The Miami Art Fair and Zach Feuer's Discounts

Now I have to wonder... if you were an existing client of the Zach Feuer Gallery Website.. and you had asked for one and hadn't been given a discount would you be mad after reading this? Well.. maybe those clients don't read the Weekend Wall Street Journal!

Not to poke fun of Zach Feuer.. but what's the typical practice for gallery discounts? Once I was given a 10% discount by a really super wise gallery without me even begging asking.. it just showed up on my invoice.. a very pleasant surprise.. and money well spent for them.. cause it came back to them 10 fold in additional business and friendly referrals. Sometimes a little goodwill goes a very long way!

Oh.. And to all those happy discount getting collectors hosting open houses in Miami next week.. The editorial staff (who'll be flying down Thursday) at MAO is now accepting all Invitations!! It would seem our Art Miami Social schedule still has a few openings. Cheers! 


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15% is the norm... anything more that 15% the artist does not have to absorb out of their 50% cut.
steady collectors get 20%, and can often wrangle deals like 4 for the price of three.

10% is standard on your 2nd purchase and there after. But a new client shouldn't expect it.

Jeez...I can hardly remember the last time I DIDN'T get a discount. I usually can get 10% AND 4 months to pay.

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