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sticker price

noun
1.
the dealer's full asking price of a new automobile as shown on a sticker attached to it and accompanied by an itemized list of the cost of its basic and optional equipment and other charges.
2.
the retailer's full asking price of various other manufactured consumer items; list price.
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Examples from the web for sticker price
  • The net prices faced by students are, on average, substantially below the sticker price.
  • Subject to the following limitation, reimbursable amounts are to be the sticker price.
  • The car and the sticker price depend upon the automakers.
  • Thus loans and grants have filled in the gap between what students or their families pay annually and the rising sticker price.
  • On one hand, the system is a great value when one compares the sticker price to the components.
  • Of course, the software sticker price is only a small fraction of what it costs to run an e-commerce site.
  • Most dealers expect you to make a lower offer rather than pay the full sticker price.
  • Manufacturer's suggested retail price, sometimes called the sticker price.
  • Net price is what a student actually pays to attend college, after subtracting discounts and aid from the sticker price.
  • Ask questions about rebates, warranties, options and costs added to the sticker price.

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