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upcharge

[uhp-chahrj] /ˈʌpˌtʃɑrdʒ/
noun
1.
an additional charge:
How much is the upcharge for white sidewall tires?
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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.
  • If you tell them you will bring it back full and then don't, they upcharge you a crazy per gallon fee.
  • Others require a small, or sometimes not so small upcharge.
  • The member pharmacy would then purchase the prescription drug at the negotiated price plus a wholesaler upcharge.
  • The upcharge amount depends on the location and actual logistic charges.
  • Delivery to other locations may be subject to a delivery upcharge.
  • Large size brown kraft and white wove envelopes may be purchased with metal clasp or latex self seal with an added upcharge.

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