price break

price break

n
(Commerce) a reduction in price, esp for bulk purchase
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com users get a nice price break as they only have to pay four percent more at USD0.
Considering all the extra gear and features that they come with compared to previous-generation consoles like 4k, DVR, updated cameras, Kinect, vastly improved hardware, games running on significantly prettier graphics engines and more, we expect a $50 price break over the launch prices of the past generation systems at most.
Camtasia Studio 7 ($299, with a 50 percent upgrade price break for current users) comes with free Digital Juice media assets and sequences for adding various background features such as titles.
Here's our approach: By mail, we send out one "early" renewal notice, with a price break for those who renew at that time.
You need a bigger price break to make this system viable," Crow adds.
Small and medium enterprises and home users will love the price break and ease of use.
If you search hard enough, you may find an insurance agent who will give your athletes a price break.
You would have to print 2,000-plus books to get a good price break on printing costs.
is offering a 10% price break on combinations of its Scan-a-Web reflective viewer with the InSpectra video inspection system from its sister company, Talis International LLC.
Clark County is hoping to get a price break on the rock that is stockpiled at the facility, as the two jurisdictions will use a larger volume by working together.
This assumes that the quantity needed is significantly less than that required to justify the next price break.