Advertised Price

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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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AS THE amounts laid by Coral and Ladbrokes on advertised prices are so derisory their decision not to honour early prices is largely irrelevant.
This outcome follows broader ACCC engagement with the online cinema ticketing industry, aimed at improving pricing practices to ensure that the advertised prices of cinema tickets do not exclude mandatory applicable booking fees.
Providing a robust system for easy, quick and continuous supervision of seller advertised prices, tradevitality.
Simply, a grocer may not draw you to its store with low advertised prices for an item it has failed to stock adequately.
Over the past year dubizzle has seen shifts in the average advertised prices from quarter to quarter, in most cases reflecting an uptrend.
But around one in six finds its difficult to work out what the advertised prices include.
But Ryanair says it will have to ditch the discount as the OFT is forcing airlines to include card surcharges in advertised prices.
While sale prices changed, the beds were never available at the higher advertised prices.
Instead, why not have a go at greedy estate agents and reality home programmes on telly, who convince home buyers and owners that houses are worth more than the crazy offers over advertised prices.
The OFT said Asda, Sainsbury, Tesco and Waitrose did not make it sufficiently clear on their web sites that the advertised prices were in-store prices which could change between the dates of order and delivery.
The ASA considered that the footnote contradicted the claim that each-way tickets were available at the advertised prices, and the complaint was upheld.
The Commission's investigation found that three of the unnamed record companies were including minimum advertised prices in some of their advertising in Germany, a practice which these businesses have subsequently ended.