This study aimed to investigate the impact of price deals and perceived quality on the brand
equity in the context of brand knowledge and brand associations. This study extends the previous litera-
ture on brand equity by focusing on how a consumer perceives brand in high involvement products.
Eighteen face-to-face interviews were conducted to identify the product category for a high involvement
product. Three hundreds and eighty-six sets of questionnaires were usable and completed. The findings
supported that price deals and perceived quality are important factors which create the associations that
consumers make with a brand in order to create brand equity.