The US wholesale market is a $500 billion industry. (U.S. Census Bureau CB13-184 Nov. 15, 2013 Release) This number reflects the wholesaling of durable and non-durable goods. The service industry, however, has never had the wholesale business model applied to it- until now. In comes Priccut's bulk service model.
Take shoe shining for example. If you're going to purchase 100 shoe shines in a year at $20 a pop, why not stock up and get a bunch of them at one time at, say, $10 a pop? We would barter for such deals across all service markets and market the deals through our website and social networks.
Of particular frustration to the working class are the weeks between the paycheck. Bills continue to stack up, they can't eat out, and driving has to be gas conscious. Priccut's bulk deals would allow customers to eat out, get gas, go to the movies and do much more between paychecks. We would encourage customers to not live paycheck to paycheck, but paycheck to Priccut to paycheck.