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sale pricenoun [C]

uk   us   COMMERCE
the ​price that is ​paid by the ​buyer at the ​time when something is ​sold: People who ​sold their homes through ​realestateagents typically did not get a ​highersaleprice than ​people who ​sold their homes themselves. The masterpiece is expected to ​break the ​salepricerecord for Victorian paintings.
the ​price at which something is being ​offered for ​sale: Over two months, the ​salepricefell to just $6 million. If the ​initialsaleprice is below $10 a ​share, the ​consumeroffering will be ​scrapped.
a ​lowprice for a ​product that is being ​sold when a ​store has ​reduced its ​prices: The skirt was originally €65, but the ​saleprice was 20% off.
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