If you've ever purchased a treat for yourself at a bake sale in your neighborhood,
chances are, you already have a good idea how to set prices for your own bake ...
Number One Rule of Thumb—Don't price anything under $1.If you price
everything under $1, you will have to sell a lot more to reach your fundraising
Sep 9, 2014 ... When it comes to bake sales, homemade treats are best. ... This one might
surprise you, but setting prices only inhibits the amount of money ...
You are not buying a cookie. You are contributing to the upkeep of this building.
The cookie is just our way of thanking you for contributing ...
Set reasonable prices. Remember, it is a bake sale, so you don't have to get too
caught up in the money as long as it is for a good cause. Optionally, you can ...
Turn your bake sale into a social event with live music, craft and food ... Have a
variety of prices, but keep prices simple for adding and making change by pricing
We have recipes and tips to make your bake sale a sweet success. ... Sell more
items by pricing things in groups: “3 chocolate chip cookies for $1” or “Cupcakes
This entry was posted on April 5, 2012 and tagged Bake Sale Guidelines. ...
Some bakers set up a sign listing their treats and prices on the table. This is
Oct 29, 2008 ... When our school decided to host a bake sale there were a few things I ... and a
poster with price list or prices on each basket for each item.
Our MOMS Club is having a bake sale that I'm in charge of. ... Does anyone have
any idea for a fair price for the following: pies quick breads ...