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admission the price for entry. [1/4 definitions]
a pretty penny (informal) a high price or large amount of money.
asking price the price or cost of an item for sale (used by a seller usu. to indicate a willingness to accept less money after bargaining).
bait-and-switch a sales tactic in which a seller attracts customers by advertising at a bargain price one item that is often out of stock, and then diverts their attention by encouraging them to buy another item at a higher price. [1/2 definitions]
bargain something obtained at a good price, esp. if it is worth more than what was given in exchange. [1/6 definitions]
bid to offer (a price). [3/8 definitions]
black market the illegal purchase or sale of goods in violation of restrictions such as price controls or rationing, customs laws, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
blue-chip denoting common stock that commands a high price because of its record of steady earnings. [1/2 definitions]
bring to sell for (a price). [1/3 definitions]
bring down to reduce, as in price. [1/2 definitions]
bull1 of or characterized by an increase in the price of something, esp. stocks. [1/9 definitions]
Bureau of Labor Statistics a research agency of the U.S. Department of Labor that collects and compiles statistical information, providing such measures as Consumer Price Index, inflation rate, and unemployment rate.
charge to demand or ask as a price. [2/21 definitions]
cheap bearing a low price; relatively inexpensive. [2/8 definitions]
contractor one who agrees by contract to do specified work or to supply goods at a certain price. [1/2 definitions]
cost the amount charged or given in payment for services or goods; price. [3/6 definitions]
cover charge a fixed amount charged by nightclubs and restaurants in addition to the price of food and drink, often used to defray the cost of live entertainment or music.
CPI abbreviation of "consumer price index."
cut-rate available at a reduced price; cheap. [1/2 definitions]
dance hall a usu. public establishment that charges an admission price and provides space, music, and sometimes partners for dancing.
deal1 an agreement or price established between two or more parties that is thought to be mutually advantageous. [1/13 definitions]