How to Write a Letter for a Price Request
29 SEP 2017
Businesses and individual customers often need to write a letter to receive a price request in order to receive a quote before hiring a company. For example, if you want to hire a company to landscape your yard, you might get an initial price quote to help you compare companies. Using the right format when writing a letter for a price request can help expedite your request and receive the information you need faster.
1 Type your name
Type your name, address and the date at the top of the price request letter to complete the header.
2 Add Price Request
Add “Price Request” at the top of the letter to make it clear what the content of the letter is regarding.
3 Are requesting a price
State that you are requesting a price and include what you want priced, such as a particular product or type of service.
4 Include a Description section
Include a “Description” section where you describe the nature of your project, the service you want or the product in greater detail.
5 Put in a Requirements section if relevant
Put in a “Requirements” section if relevant. List all of your requirements to get a more accurate price quote.
6 Let the company
Let the company know where the price quote can be sent and when you need it. Include your name again, a telephone number, email, address and fax number if relevant.
7 Thank the recipient
Thank the recipient for taking the time to honor your request and provide you with a price quote.