Posted on Mon, 14 May 2012
A good way to token price your pay-per-view items seems to be anything that doesn't divide equally into any of the prices.
For instance, if you charge 7 tokens for a video, and price per tokens is set to $10 for 10 tokens, a customer can buy 1 video for $10 with 3 tokens left over. Its consumer nature to want to spend the 3 tokens, so your customer will have to buy more tokens.
By the same example, when a customer buys 20 tokens, they can get 2 videos with 6 tokens left over, needing only 1 more token for another video purchase.
Its a great way to trigger future purchases.