You can get a discount if you buy this item in bulk.
He is a nice, manly person but he uses coarse language, so I find it a bit difficult to get along with him.
A congratulatory gift for the new business’s opening arrived from Mr. Koichi and I put it on your desk. On the card he wrote that you overwhelmed him with your power and how fast you were able to open your business.
This is the same as the kanji, at least in regards to the article or goods meaning, which means you can use this word to mean article or goods.
When this kanji is used as a single-character vocabulary word, it is usually read as しな. You'll see it read as ひん more often in kanji combination words. That said, there is an expression, 品がない, which means "unrefined" or "lacking taste," and the kanji is read ひん in this case. Here's a mnemonic to help you remember the しな reading:
Think of it like a video game. The first time you see new goods there's a sheen (しな) about it. But when you bring it back to your place, the sheen is gone. Then when you go back to the store, wow! All the goods you don't already own have that sheen! Gotta buy them!