First degree (perfect) price discrimination occurs when a firm charges each customer the maximum price they are willing to pay for each unit of the good.
Second degree price discrimination where a firm offers consumers a range of different pricing options for the same or similar product. The lower prices are conditional on some aspect of the sale such as the quantity purchased or the use of vouchers.
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