It depends alot on your area, demand, and how available local honey is in the clover area. I started @ $5 in 2005 and plan to try $7 this year. Folks in my local association in Aiken get $8 a pint. I would probably have to sit on mine @ that price (but not sure never tried).
What few local roadside stands I have in this area sell supposedly local honey for $6pt to $7. The closer you are to the mountains in the upstate and tourism the better price you can seem to fetch. As said above it is usually gone in winter so sit on it if you wish, get your price.
I sell alot of my honey @ work for $6pt. a guy I know in our association at the same work place sells his for $8pt. I sometimes know where his honey comes from ;). But that is the price he built his client base on, some with allergy problems.
A friend told me (not the one above) start out at the higher price, you can always drop back but it is harder to go up after you have set your price too low.
Also in SC (as I am sure in other states) some folks are suspected of buying and reselling honey from neighboring states as SC Home grown. They just don't have the hives to support the volume they are selling.
Hopefully if the new honey law passes next year, it will make it easier for beekeepers to peddle your honey @ Flea markets etc.