Price charged to store customers.
the price that goods are sold at in the shops.
in DRTV, the retail price is the advertised offer price.
The cover price of a book. (Often also referred to as the "list" price.) Most larger publishers pay royalties based on the cover price.
The suggested selling price of a vehicle to the final customer. (see MSRP)
The price that is printed on the cover of the book and which is recorded in trade databases. Retailers usually sell books at the retail price, however they are not required to do so. Amazon.com regularly discounts Wheatmark books by about 30%.
petroleum price set by a marketer selling to the general public.
a price at which a formulation / medicine is sold to a consumer/user
The price the dealership is asking on a vehicle; the price the manufacturer has "suggested" be charged for a particular model vehicle. The term "sticker" comes from the fact that it appears on a sticker on a window. Once a vehicle arrives on the lot, dealers are prevented from altering the sticker price.
The price of diamonds in jewellery boutiques having the same quality and the certificate from the same laboratory.
The total price charged for a product sold to a customer, which includes the manufacturer's cost plus a retail markup.
Price placed on an item or service for sale to the consumer.
The amount the buyer pays to the dealership. Distinguished from wholesale price.
the price at which a commodity is sold for spot in small quantities for consumption.
the cover price on the book. Most larger publishers pay royalties based on the cover price.
The price paid by a consumer to a dealer or individual for a vehicle. The dealer or individual sets the retail price of a used car by calculating the wholesale price paid plus reconditioning expenses and other costs.