a label or tag that shows the price of the item to which it is attached.
a ticket or label on an article for sale showing its price
the cost, esp of something not usually priced:
the price tag on a top footballer
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Others say that, despite their complaints about the price tag, the public gets it.
Of course, all that indulgence comes with a price tag.
The history behind this place might make it worth the high price tag though.
True you can combine this advanced fuel injector with hybrid technology, the only limit will be the price tag.
We will never know the complete price tag for security efforts to keep sensitive data from being leaked to taxpaying citizens.
It is really a bit ridiculous how much better this is than other solutions, despite the higher initial price tag.
The grand hostesses are history, the president would rather be in bed, and there's a price tag on every evening these days.
Every decision he makes carries a discount price tag.
At the same time the price tag on gathering genetic data is now much lower than it used to be.
They also have something else in common: an enormous price tag.
Overall, electric vehicles carry a significant environmental and economic price tag.
The price tag is high and the lower fuel costs don't immediately make up the difference.
He blames the project's higher price tag, in part, on construction and design costs.
And with the car's six-figure price tag, you might need a federal subsidy to procure one.
HP later hyped up the device with specifications and a possible price tag, and then killed it before it even shipped.
Yet despite its high price tag, those who long to soar find a way to take off.
Add a price tag to the carry-on and you challenge even the lightest of travelers.
Construction will begin later this year, but plans and the final price tag are fluid, he says.
Putting an exact price tag on all of them is impossible, but the value is clearly in the hundreds of billions of dollars a year.
Furthermore, the price tag on green-energy subsidies may be overstated.
These extra services generally come with a hefty price tag.
Consumers are buying organic food despite its generally higher price tag.