Average Unit Retail is a measurement of the average selling price of an item.
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Average Unit Retail Formula
To calculate Average Unit Retail, divide the net sales of a product by the # of units sold (of the same product):
Remember that when you plug your data into a formula, you must be using data from the same time period. Otherwise, the calculation/metric will be inaccurate.
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