There are several wholesale priced web sites I frequent that have similar "minimum price requirements" displayed on their web site.
The way they handle it is to NOT post the price; but list the item as "Too Low To Display; See actual price in the shopping cart."
The web surfer can then see what he or she will actually pay before they buy and still beat the "price fixers" at their own game.
I have a bit of a complaint about YOUR web site.
In the past, a shopper could actually see the wholesale (dealer invoice) price of options in addition to the dealer invoice price for the camper before you changed your format (under duress from the manufacturers I know).
Now, you configure your camper and a salesman emails you a price for the entire unit. This makes it very difficult to compare apples to apples when shopping for the best price. If you MUST continue this practice; please instruct your sales people to individually price base price and options so the buyer is informed about actual option impact on the total price.
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