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a heavy drop in prices A higher price can be charged a rise in price cannot be avoided a rise in price will soon take place After arguing about the price for a long time they came to terms All our prices are quoted ex works All the evidence points to over-production as the cause of low prices in those years at a cheaper price at a fancy price at a market price at any cost/expense/price at considerably reduced prices at exceptionally high prices at greatly reduced prices at maker’s price at such and such a price at the invoice price at the price of losing one’s health At what price? cannot cover the cost price Children travel at half price Competition brings prices down Could you give a guesstimate of the price? exercise price haggle the price down He asked a higher price from me High prices make it worthwhile for prospective buyers to look abroad In addition I would like a valid price list. It is probably also a question of price It’s a bargain at that price! It’s a steal at that price It’s too big a price to pay jacked-up prices Just like water and soil, good air also has its price knock-down price knock-out price Low prices - while stocks/supplies last! not at any price Nowadays people know the price of everything and the value of nothing. One’s days were too brief to take the burden of another’s errors on one’s shoulders. Each ma... Only the share price, which fell by around 8 per cent, casts a shadow over the sunny picture our prices do not allow for packing our prices do not include packing Our prices do not include postage owing to the rise in the price of raw material perhaps you can cut your prices Please give us the lowest price at which you can supply Please inform us of your prices Please note that our prices are subject to change without notice Please state your prices price cut to the bone price tag priced too high/low Prices are likely to rise soon Prices are on the decrease Prices are rising Prices are softening [hardening] Prices are subject to change without notice. Prices continued to rise Prices go through the roof pricey retail price sky-high prices t the highest possible price The biscuits/cookies were on sale at two packs for the price of one The euro causes prices to rise The only difference between a caprice and a lifelong passion is that the caprice lasts a little longer. The price includes flights and accommodation The price includes postage and packing The price is open to negotiation The price is subject to negotiation the price varies from shop to shop The prices hurtled down to abate the price of a good to agree upon the price to be beyond price to charge a good price to contract at an agreed price to cut prices to fall in price to fix a price to go down in price to grant a price deduction to have a price on one’s head to hike the prices/rent to jack up the prices/rent etc to keep prices down to keep up prices to pay the price to price to price one’s goods/oneself out of the market to price oneself out of the market to price out to price someone out of the market to put a price on someone’s head to quote a price to rise in price to sell at a good price to supply at the agreed price We buy at competitive prices We will place an order if your prices prove suitable What has that got to do with the price of fish? What’s the price of the flight at the moment Would you kindly supply me with the price for ...? You can’t beat these prices Your help is beyond price Your prices are not competitive enough. Your prices are pretty damn steep Your prices really are insane [A cynic is] a man who knows the price of everything and the value of nothing.

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