Pink Tax Survey

Pink Tax Survey

From razors and clothing to dry cleaning, the "pink tax" could be busting your monthly budget.

This feminine term is used to describe the extra money women often pay for the same products men use. Have you ever noticed the female equivalents are more expensive?

TopCashback wants to tackle the unfairness of this gender-based price discrimination, so who better to ask all these questions to than you?

Take a brief survey and enter for a chance to win a $25 Amazon gift card. And don't forget to submit your email address at the end of the survey because two winners will be selected at random on August 16, 2018!

Participants are required to answer every question to be eligible for the giveaway. Responses are voluntary and will remain confidential. All answers will be compiled together and analyzed as a group.

Take our survey below!

 

 
Posted on Aug 08 2018  |  Posted in  Deals, Giveaways & Online Contests, Member Rewards
Comments
Member59754469134
There was no survey available.
  Aug 14 18 - 13:34
thecrzyldy
Didn't show me if it accepted my answers . Don't know if it actually entered me for the sweeptakes!
  Aug 14 18 - 12:05
thecrzyldy
Didn't show me if it accepted my answers . Don't know if it actually entered me for the sweeptakes!
  Aug 14 18 - 12:04
Member112325232445
Women are a larger buying segment of the population and are exploited more for that reason, it may seem unfair but it's the economic truth, so call it what you want,ie...Pink tax or what ever it is the money making truth...
  Aug 14 18 - 09:37
Jeorgie
I've know about the price difference for some time, but I feel women's products are nicer/Better because actually care, and men don't. If you don't care, buy the men's product.
  Aug 14 18 - 08:52
Tracibaker
Already did
  Aug 13 18 - 14:55
Richard Justman USA
I have to chuckle that it shuts you down immediately if you click on "i agree pink tax is Fair"

Looks like this survey isn't about asking questions - it's about finding a validation for the argument you already have in mind.

Anyway no pink tax isn't that much of thing as people think.
It's partly down to.
1) More commonly refreshed lines
2) More ingredients/ Higher cost of manufacturing and more packaging

For example a woman's disposable razor cost the same or less than a man's but an elaborate one with a big advertising campaign and a sculptured rubber handle will naturally cost more - it's bigger.

But it's a fact that woman have control of the the majority of house hold spending so they have a higher buying power and thus are seen as able to pay the higher prices - even when there isn't a legit reason for it like there is in something like a t-shirt (having more stitching and a more elaborate cut and taking longer to make).

It's much like dry cleaning - it cost more for woman as their clothes often have to be addressed by hand and not on a partially automated dummy they can use on a men's shirt.

Pink tax may exist to a small degree - but some of it is simply down to quantifiable differences in manufacturing costs.

But simply put Men are not willing to pay as much for things - they are also perhaps more likely to bulk buy in a sale too - something like Razors or plain t-shirts. - Underwear etc..

Topcashback is overplaying it's hand a bit based on a few shaky assumptions.

Just do a search for "Why does Woman's x cost more" 9 times out 10 there will be a legit reason given.
  Aug 13 18 - 10:45
joelmady
Never heard of this item.
  Aug 13 18 - 06:32
Triplett1960
You learn something every day… I did not realize that women’S products cost 7 % More, that is very interesting.🤨
  Aug 12 18 - 19:45
Valeriechacon
I tried to complete Survey but it would let me finish.
  Aug 12 18 - 15:47
Marthe
I think it is unfair for women to pay a higher price for products that are equivalent to men's products that are priced cheaper.
  Aug 12 18 - 06:37
Anastasii_69_black
I cannot find the survey
  Aug 12 18 - 04:25
Luismr
Women buy more items then men. When something sells better than other things sellers usually increase prices.
  Aug 11 18 - 10:27
Member814963178320
Where is the survey?
  Aug 11 18 - 06:35
Member814963178320
Where is the survey?
  Aug 11 18 - 06:35
Member814963178320
Where is the survey?
  Aug 11 18 - 06:35
Helthi25
I've never heard of this but it's not fair!
  Aug 10 18 - 16:51
Member814934093017
So because women's products are usually pink and butterflies on them they should cost more? No, I don't think so, it's ridiculous. Other than products for our periods, society and ad agencies dictate what products women should buy but then charge more for them, how is that fair? It's not and it needs to stop.
  Aug 10 18 - 11:01
Member714737405504
Doesn’T seem fair.
  Aug 10 18 - 10:16
Member714732456758
It's depending on female s choice and arguments
  Aug 10 18 - 09:31
RMM
I think the products for females are more expansive due to it more advanced. Females usually more picky and more sensitive than males.
  Aug 10 18 - 09:26
Member714596516508
I had no clue women's stuff was higher priced than men that is so unfair
  Aug 10 18 - 09:15
Member1212063333041
No way is this fair or right.
  Aug 10 18 - 09:13
Caroldvs
I never heard of this kind of tax before...
  Aug 10 18 - 09:08
eview
I did not know it was called the pink tax, but I have heard of it before.
  Aug 10 18 - 08:12
Member814947555531
I don't believe that women should pay more for items that men dthey
  Aug 09 18 - 17:30
mymarla
I have never even heard of this
  Aug 09 18 - 15:44
mymarla
I have never even heard of this
  Aug 09 18 - 15:25
pplimad
Pin tax is not real.
Men use less in cosmetic than women.... But more tools...
  Aug 09 18 - 12:37
forevercharmed
Not fair at all.
  Aug 09 18 - 11:17
gotknikki
Are myths fair?
  Aug 09 18 - 07:08
joannjudith44
I believe lots of items cost more but if you need them you must buy them
  Aug 08 18 - 17:14
Tayrod
Def don’T think it’S fair
  Aug 08 18 - 17:12
shannonv
I cannot find the survey
  Aug 08 18 - 16:16
shannonv
I cannot find the survey
  Aug 08 18 - 16:16

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