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sticker price

noun as in published price

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The credit can be claimed by car dealers on behalf of the person purchasing the car, which makes it so a car dealer could deduct the tax break from their original sticker price.

From Time

Sales of the bike, whose sticker price is just shy of $1,500, surged during the first months of the covid-19 pandemic and made the company one of the highest-returning US-listed stocks in the US last year.

From Quartz

The high inventory meant customers could find the exact model and color they wanted for well below sticker price.

From Time

The Launch Edition, which included the optional Super Cruise, a lighted charging port and special badging, carried a sticker price of $43,495.

One positive from the book is that many people don’t pay the sticker prices listed at many schools.

From Time

So, for example, Nissan this year cut the sticker price of the Leaf to $28,000—a reduction of $6,400, or 18 percent.

Allan Dodds Frank on why avoiding trial was a win for both sides—and how the sticker price may go down.

On Tuesday, the news was dominated by the announcement of the sticker price ($41,000) of the new Chevrolet Volt.

Lucas Conley on how a global news coup won't change Twitter's sticker price.

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On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sticker price, such as: list price, price tag, advertised price, and ticket price.

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

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