Advertised Price

Advertised Price

The announced price at which a product is offered. When a gallon of milk has a price tag reading $3 or a house is offered at $100,000, both are examples of advertised price. The advertised price is often negotiable, depending on the situation.
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Why, when you go to buy a new Mini, is the advertised price not what you pay?
They were out of order refusing to supply the goods for the advertised price.
Be sure to ask if the advertised price includes air fare to and from the ship.
The assurance alleges that although Drexel Hill advertised a "sale" with savings of up to 65 percent, the store "failed to maintain records to substantiate the validity of the advertised price reductions.
Punters can sell Australia at 77 with Sporting and, for once, there is not a sufficiently big arbitrage to prevent people getting on at the advertised price.
While Mr Stevens may have felt annoyed that he was unable to be accommodated at an advertised price, surely he must acknowledge that the Racing Post can only provide prices up to the time of press and that there may be subsequent fluctuations in any market, especially wthin the volatile spread betting industry.
The assurance alleges that Brace violated the state's Automotive Industry Trade Practices Regulations by adding a $150 dealer preparation fee to the advertised price of some vehicles it sold to consumers.
15, 1991, Sun made false statements about Fretter's advertised price comparisons and about Sun's own pricing practices.
Of particular concern would be the elimination of regulations requiring an advertised price to be the actual price to be charged.
Lasik benefits include a free exam and a discount on the service provider's lowest advertised price.
The MP1 stun pistol with FMT Technology (TM) operates to effectively disable violent suspects at less than 1/4 the power of competitive stun pistols and sell for less than 1/3 the advertised price of the competitive stun pistols.