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Small to medium-sized businesses will usually pay between $1,300 and $2,000 in total for a POS system, while larger businesses might spend up to $7,000 for multiple systems. If you’re running a pop-up stall with just a tablet and card reader, then you won’t need to spend more than $800.What is the retail point of sale system?
Your point-of-sale (POS) system is the hardware and software that enables your business to accept payments from customers and make sales in-person. While that sounds pretty straightforward, your POS setup can work in different ways depending whether you sell online, have physical store locations, or both.