From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhalf priceˌhalf ˈprice noun [uncountable]CHEAPhalf the usualprice → full priceat half priceMany shoes are at half price or less. —half-price adjectiveHalf-price tickets will be sold on the day. —half price adverbChildren aged 2–14 go half price.
Examples from the Corpus
half price• What's more you can cut out the couponopposite and get your first pack at around half price.• More than 100 items will be slashed by at least one-third with many at half price.• Admission to the club without dinner is $ 10, and champagne is offered at half price.• Visalia bought a swimmingpool at half price because its employees were unencumbered by line item budgets.• Range of suites at half price.• Most men's and women's clothinghalf price.• All Christmas partydresseshalf price.• On Sundays from 3 p. m. to 5 p. m., admission is half price.From Longman Business Dictionaryhalf-priceˌhalf-ˈprice, half price noun [uncountable]half the usual priceMany shoes are at half-price or less. —half-price adjectiveOn Sundays from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m., admission is half-price. —half-price adverbAnyone booking in advance can get their tickets half-price.