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price point

n.
The retail price of a product, usually when viewed as one of a series of possible competitive prices: expected to release the software below the $50 price point.

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n.
the price for which something is sold on the retail market, esp. in contrast to competitive prices.
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GROWTH IN THE HIGHER-END AND crowding in opening price points has squeezed the midprice upright vacuum arena in recent years, but industry players say this trend is in the process of reversing as manufacturers capitalize on the void in the middle.
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The [true] opening price points [are] the foundation of the program," said Clay Farnsworth, vice president and general manager for Taylor Precision Products.
When asked about the significant price points in the context of both (a) the age of the targeted consumers and (b) the 5X or more cost increase, Sony's Bill Lee notes that oftentimes, the cars in which these audio units are ideal for are worth less than the custom wheels that are put on the corners.
With a range of traditional and transitional styles in popular price points, Broyhill's new leather line was an unqualified hit, according to executives.