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sale price

noun as in list price

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The average sale price of a Canadian home is about $350,000--75% higher than in America.

Every $50 increase in that average sale price represents millions of dollars in revenue.

Cerberus is now going to have to dump Freedom Group at a fire-sale price.

His Airness only paid Johnson a fire-sale price of $25 million cash in the deal, these three sources say.

When he sold his company, Wasserstein Perella, to Dresdner Bank in 2000, he pocketed almost half the $1.37 billion sale price.

The highest sale price recorded by Blades is 49 for the Duke of Roxburghes copy.

In all cases the sale price is out of reasonable proportion to the cost, victims paying outrageous sums for very cheap drugs.

He has calculated that the sale price of his yarns allows him to pay 24 cents for goodmiddling.

His actual sale price is the stipulated price, and the differences which arise from the "future" contract, are added or deducted.

This "profit," then, is the difference between the cost price of the yarn and the sale price.

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On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sale price, such as: retail price, sticker price, market price, and standard price.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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