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English definition of “sale price”

sale price

noun [C]
 
 
COMMERCE
the price that is paid by the buyer at the time when something is sold: People who sold their homes through real estate agents typically did not get a higher sale price than people who sold their homes themselves. The masterpiece is expected to break the sale price record for Victorian paintings. → Compare asking price, purchase price
the price at which something is being offered for sale: Over two months, the sale price fell to just $6 million. If the initial sale price is below $10 a share, the consumer offering will be scrapped.
a low price for a product that is being sold when a store has reduced its prices: The skirt was originally €65, but the sale price was 20% off.
(Definition of sale price from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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