Examples of list price in a Sentence
The car's list price was $30,000, but the actual selling price was less.
We were given a 10 percent discount off the list price.
Recent Examples of list price from the Web
Southwest did not disclose financial terms, but airlines routinely get large discounts from list prices.
The company, which was criticized by patients, doctors and lawmakers for the high list price of hepatitis C treatment Sovaldi, could face a new round of scrutiny over Yescarta’s price tag.
Amanda Davenport, the listing agent, said that elevating the property added $250,000 to the list price and helped attract nervous shoppers.
But the tax code is so riddled with loopholes that few corporations have actually paid that list price.
The list price is nearly five times the price of the most expensive home ever to sell in Los Angeles — that’s a tie between the Playboy Mansion, which sold in 2016, and a speculatively built home in Holmby Hills that sold for $100 million last year.
Since approval of Inflectra, J&J has raised the list price of Remicade by close to 9 percent, the lawsuit alleges.
But Spark is staying mum on Luxturna’s price so far amid speculation that the treatment’s list price could be as high as $1 million.
The carrier already started refreshing its long-range international fleet in late 2014, selecting 50 Airbus wide-body planes in a deal valued at $14 billion based on list prices.
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LIST PRICE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of list price for English Language Learners
: the price of a product that is shown in a catalog, advertisement, etc.
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