Bargain Basement


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Bargain Basement

1. A company that sells very cheap and often low quality items.

2. An informal term describing the prices at a bargain basement.
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RANGERS look set to complete the signing of Bosnian international defender Sasa Papac before the transfer window slams shut after thrashing out a bargain basement pounds 400,000 fee with Austria Vienna.
Wait a few years for this new one to come down to bargain basement prices.
I CAN'T believe the Reds are at the point where they have to go trawling the bargain basement for signings to push us on to further glory this season.
Liens on the property combined with near 100% vacancy and a declining Downtown market culminated in bargain basement pricing that Trump was quick to capitalize on.
I think that they should give whatever money they had for their part in the new stadium to Moyesy and let him go and spend some decent money on some quality players instead of having to go and crawl around the bargain basement for Dickov and the like.
The losers will be the poorest and most disadvantaged youngsters whose parents cannot afford even a bargain basement private education.
Ellis, a seasoned shopper, once witnessed an actual bargain basement sale in a Los Angeles department store, complete with women grabbing things out of each other's arms.
Recent Raceform output includes the bargain basement, but confidently entitled 100 Winners for 2002 (pounds 3.
In a well known London store: Bargain Basement Upstairs.
Smith has already landed Scotland World Cup defender David Weir for a bargain basement pounds 250,000 from Hearts.
Approximately 1,200 families across the commonwealth will be able to take advantage of these bargain basement mortgage loans and low fees.
We see the opportunity to acquire healthy mortgage companies now at bargain basement prices," said Richard Easton, Chairman and CEO of RJ Easton.