at a price


: by losing or giving up something or doing something unpleasant
Success came at a price.
: for a very large amount of money
The chocolate is available by mail order, but at a price.

Examples of at a price in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web The company bought the shares from McMahon at a price of $89.01, per a regulatory filing with the SEC, and the transactions should close this week. Alex Weprin, The Hollywood Reporter, 8 Apr. 2024 The vehicle finally arrived last year, but the lowest price version of the truck won't be available until 2025, at a price of about $61,000. Hyunjoo Jin, USA TODAY, 5 Apr. 2024 All the wines here are by the glass or by the bottle and are at a price point that is friendly. Ronnie Koenig, Forbes, 30 Mar. 2024 The smartphone will begin at a price of £319 for its entry-level 128-gigabyte storage model. Byryan Hogg, Fortune Europe, 5 Mar. 2024 The warrants, totalling more than a third of shares outstanding, are not only highly dilutive to other shareholders, but are also immediately exercisable upon closing of the deal at a price of only 1 cent per share. Christopher Helman, Forbes, 22 Feb. 2024 Luckily, Drew Barrymore’s Walmart-exclusive brand, Beautiful, just dropped its spring collection full of couches, bookshelves, and storage options at a price point that won’t break the bank. Megan Schaltegger, Peoplemag, 7 Mar. 2024 The scissor-doored U9 claims a 309-kph top speed at a price that undercuts rivals. IEEE Spectrum, 5 Mar. 2024 And the optional manual transmission of course, all at a price that won’t break the bank. Kyle Hyatt, Robb Report, 1 Mar. 2024

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“At a price.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 18 Apr. 2024.

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