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What Is the Average Tag Cost for an EPC RFID Inlay?
How much can I expect to pay at different levels of scale?
Companies do not typically publish the prices for their RFID tags. Large orders tend to be negotiated by each purchaser, so deals vary. In general, I would say the price of an inlay (not a converted label) would be about 10 to 15 cents apiece for small orders of, say, 50,000 units. For orders of more than a million units, the price would likely be 7 to 10 cents each, while for large orders of 50 to 100 million units, the price per inlay could be as low as only a few cents.
—Mark Roberti, Founder and Editor, RFID Journal
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