the price at which a product is usually sold to the public and from which a trade discount is computed by a wholesaler.
the selling price of merchandise as quoted in a catalogue or advertisement
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list price definition
The stated price of a
before any discount or other reduction.
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The distinction is based on how well new models are expected to retain their original list price after five years of ownership.
While the list price may give you pause, one thing to consider is that it may be the only price that you pay for the trip.
Owners can get the new versions for a fraction of their list price.
Hospitals do this largely because insurers negotiate discounts off the list price, creating incentives to inflate charges.
All patients are charged the same list price for the same service before applying discounts.
The giveaway product's list price is used to calculate the net price.