Pricing

Q&A: Payment surcharges

If a business chooses to impose a surcharge on its customers for making a payment using a credit, debit or prepaid card, the level of the surcharge must not be excessive. Our questions and answers provide detailed information about the new ban.

Payment surcharges

If a business chooses to impose a surcharge on its customers for making a payment using a credit, debit or prepaid card, the level of the surcharge must not be excessive. The ACCC will investigate complaints of excessive payment surcharging and take enforcement action where necessary.

Regulatory approach to price notifications

Statement of regulatory approach to assessing price notifications outlines the ACCC's preferred approach to undertaking price notification assessments.

Unit pricing: a guide for grocery retailers

This booklet explains what grocery retailers need to know about unit pricing.

Unit pricing: a quick guide

This pamphlet provides information to help grocery retailers quickly work out whether they are affected by the unit pricing code.

Report on ACCC price surveys: general survey

This report on retail price movements across Australia summarises the findings of the sixth major price collection, conducted in the first two weeks of February 2001.

Report of the ACCC inquiry into the competitiveness of retail prices for standard groceries - July 2008

On 22 January 2008 the Assistant Treasurer and Minister for Competition Policy & Consumer Affairs requested the ACCC to hold a public inquiry into the competitiveness of retail prices for standard groceries.

Pricing manual for the travel industry

Pricing manual for the travel industry gives you practical guidance to ensure that your advertisements, particularly any price representations you make in them, comply with the Australian Consumer Law.

Pricing manual for the motor vehicle industry

To assist you understand your rights and obligations under the Competition and Consumer Act 2010, so that you can make sure your business complies with the law.