Big-Ticket Item


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Big-Ticket Item

An expensive retail good. A big ticket item may be regarded as a necessity for an individual or business. For example, a farm generally must purchase big ticket items like tractors. Big ticket items are ordinarily bought on credit, with the buyer making periodic payments.
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Trump and Putin are putting defence, another big-ticket item, on the agenda.
Lawmakers will soon take an ax to the state budget, but business leaders are hoping one big-ticket item will be spared.
There's no reason that biodiversity can't be a big-ticket item," Cracraft told SCIENCE NEWS.
They are big-ticket items that we are spending money on guarding the assets because we have so many small ones, we don't have the focus on the large ones.
He emphasized that bundling small assets would enable these government agencies to allot their time and effort to going after big-ticket items.
The percentage of households that considered the current quarter as a favorable time to buy big-ticket items declined to 30.