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cover price

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcover priceˈcover ˌprice noun [countable usually singular]  the price printed on the front of a book, magazine etc Ten pence of the cover price goes directly to charity.
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cover priceA steady circulation of 300,000 should make a healthy profit, even at a cover price of 35p.But with a cover price of twenty five pounds a copy, it's well paid work.This has enabled the publishers to receive instant revenue from the advertisers and ongoing income from royalties and cover price sales.Some sell newspapers, boosting the cover price slightly.Remember that booksellers take 33 percent of your cover price as commission.
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