Comparison pricing tables are used to show the differences between products or services in a side-by-side format. The table includes a column for each product and shows how the prices of the two products compare. A comparison pricing table is made up of four columns: brand, name, price, and cost per unit. The first column is for the brand, second for the product name, third for the price, and fourth for cost per unit. The table can be sorted by any of these columns in ascending or descending order by clicking on the header of that column.