English version

selling price in Trade topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishselling priceˈselling price noun [countable]  BBTCOSTthe price at which something is actually soldasking price
Examples from the Corpus
selling priceThe £450,000 selling price was nearly a third under its value.An average of 10 to 14 percent of the record's retail selling price is the average for a new band.The Northern responded to three newspaper advertisements placed by people selling the sought-after vouchers and asked the selling price.Believe it or not there was lively bidding for this slice of history at Christies ... the selling price was 990 pounds.This is a percentage of the selling price of these music products.Retailers can expect a 35-38 percent share of the selling price.