This calculator will help determine the cost savings discount percentage (or increase) between the original price and the discounted (or increased) price.

Finding the percentage of change is actually pretty easy. Just subtract the discounted price from the original price, then divide that result by the original price.

For example: $80 (original price) minus $60 (discounted price) = $20 dollars (the result).

By dividing $20 (the result) by $80 (original price), we get .25 or 25%, which is our cost savings percentage.

This calculator will help you find out the percentage you are really saving on a retail sale item,