Long price

the full retail price.

See also: Long

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
And there are ten days more ere thou canst return to Lucknao where they teach nothing - at the long price. We shall, I think, be friends.'
"He made his way to Woking by the first train, and having examined his booty and assured himself that it really was of immense value, he had concealed it in what he thought was a very safe place, with the intention of taking it out again in a day or two, and carrying it to the French embassy, or wherever he thought that a long price was to be had.
We were quartered there, in fact, till the Emperor returned, and we bought up horses at long prices. So far so good.
His Long Price quartet had an Eastern flavour but this book begins a new series, The Dagger And The Coin, where bankers are just as dangerous as warriors.
With the Ospreys 14-1, Blues 20-1, Scarlets 100-1 and Dragons 125-1, patriotic Welsh fans will be rewarded with a long price.
He could go off 14-1 or shorter and if you are a Ted Walsh fan, sneak a bit of the long prices now.