Low ticket and high ticket dropshipping—what exactly are they, and how are they different?
While both are methods of dropshipping, the way in which these businesses are operated and marketed is wildly different.
The exact terminology might not be used by everyone, but in general, something that is considered “low ticket” is a product under $200, and something considered “high ticket” is a product over $500. (The value in between can be more of a no man’s land that’s very subjective.)
When you explore online sources of dropshipping information, the majority of the content you’re going to find is about selling low ticket products. For example, selling products on Amazon, eBay, through social media ads, and so on. Here at Dropship Breakthru, we’re all about high ticket dropshipping with products anywhere from $500 to $5000 or more.
The question is, is low or high ticket dropshipping better for you? We have a personal favorite, but the answer is not so simple. Let’s go through the pros and cons of both.
First, let’s touch on the benefits of dropshipping overall. If you’re looking for a quick, low cost way to get started in online business, dropshipping is one of the best methods that you can start with.
You can get started by yourself for a couple of hundred dollars at launch, and we’ve seen many people create their dropshipping business in 30 days or less. You can’t get much faster than that when it comes to creating a new business.
“Whether low ticket or high ticket, dropshipping businesses are a great, quick way to get started in business with a low cost of entry, low risk, and little overhead.” – Jon Warren
“Your method of advertising in low ticket dropshipping is interrupting potential customers as they’re scrolling through social media to get them to stop long enough to see your ad. It’s a creative game.” – Ben Knegendorf
No matter whether you choose low ticket or high ticket, starting a dropshipping business can be an easy and fun way to enter your desired market and learn more about how to run your own business.
You just need to decide what kind of product you want to sell, what kind of time and manpower commitment you can make to the business, and what you want to get out of the experience.
For more information on dropshipping, you can listen to our podcast, The Dropship Podcast, on your favorite podcast platform and share it with your friends.
If you’d love to learn more about how to take your first steps towards launching. your own high ticket dropshipping business, watch our free training here.
Watch this FREE, on-demand training session that will uncover the exact steps you need to take to launch your first high ticket dropshipping business in the next 30 days.
© Dropship Breakthru 2021