Definition of price lining in English:

price lining

Line breaks: price lin¦ing

noun

[mass noun]
The sale of a related range of products at different prices, each representing a distinct level of quality.
More example sentences
  • With price lining, a price floor and a price ceiling are set for each product category, and then selected price points are set within the range.
  • Price-lining can also make shopping easier for consumers and sellers because there are fewer prices to consider and handle.

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