Definition of sticker price in English:

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sticker price

Pronunciation: /ˈstikər ˌprīs/

noun

North American
The advertised retail price of an item, especially the price listed on a sticker attached to the window of a new automobile.
Example sentences
  • Always negotiate up from the factory invoice price, not down from the sticker price, which is a higher price than the dealer expects you to pay.
  • Unfortunately, this is not so, because part of the sticker price incorporates the costs involved in those warranties.
  • Chrysler sold 120,857 of the cars last year and received a slew of awards and rave reviews, including several that highlighted the quality of a car that has a starting sticker price under $30,000.
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