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The idea that a costumer has to pay less money for a product when he uses a cash-back credit card than when he pays in cash has no good basis.
It can also seen differently. The price of the product must factor in the price of the transaction system even when it is not used. That is if someone that uses a credit card pays a proper price but the one that uses cash pays also for the upkeep for the credit card system.