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"And right about then the price of great big stones went out of sight."
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A Menu Board Lists The True Costs Of Lunch
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'What are they worth? Well, it's difficult to put a price on such extraordinary works of art. How much you got?'
"How much for a poster?"
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'That's the price of the balloon, but you get the car with it.'
'Well, er, could we negotiate?'
How to avoid law.
'Forget the market...We're charging whatever our conscience will bear.'
'Yes, I understand your pricing strategy, but since I'm likely to be your only customer today, what about a big discount?'
'Who's having a birthday?'
Sale 2 for the price of 1.
"I hate to be the one to tell you this Fred. But there's a price on your head."
'I hope this doesn't affect the price of wine.'
'At prices like this I bet you don't get many customers in here.' - 'At prices like this we don't need many.'
'Actually, we were planning to use the money to buy a box of cereal.'
Psychology in Action - on sale at $10.95.
'How did you arrive at this price?' - 'Our computer has a new random generator.'
'This drug is in the experimental stage - the pharmaceutical company is testing the top price to charge for it!'
'Dickson, how many times do I have to tell you, don't start out with the price!'
"Enough with the jokes."
'Well in your price range, all you can afford is the box...'
'Attention shoppers, all tagged items in aisle 4 will be reasonably priced for the next 20 minutes.'
Lowest Price Gasoline.
"We lowered the sticker price from here to here."