upcharge

[uhp-chahrj]
noun
an additional charge: How much is the upcharge for white sidewall tires?

Origin:
up- + charge

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The only upcharge restaurants on board are the coffee bar and the intimate
  supper club.
Sweet potato fries make an interesting change, although again there is an
  upcharge.
Others require a small, or sometimes not so small upcharge.
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