Manufacturers suggested retail price.
Another term for manufacturer's suggested retail price or sticker price. List price is the recommended selling price for a vehicle and each of its optional accessories as defined by the manufacturer.
the manufacturer's or wholesaler's recommended price, before any discounts or special reductions are offered.
The suggested retail selling price of a book, as opposed to the net price or discount price, which is the price at which bookstores or distributors purchase the book from the publisher. Also called the cover price.
The price at which items are listed for sale before discounts or allowances.
The published price for an item that a vendor uses for informing customers and potential customers.
The price to the retail consumer as suggested by the publisher; sometimes printed on the jacket or cover.
A product's published price, before any discounts or allowances are taken into account.
The sales price printed on your book or the retail sales price.
Is the price of the vehicle, this can be used for taxation purposes if the vehicle is used for business use, but will not include discounts that were applicable.
the selling price of something as stated in a catalogue or price list; often subject to discounts; "I got it at 30% off the list price"
The cover price of a book, also called the "retail" price.
The publisher's original price.
The price of an article published in a catalog, advertisement or printed list from which discounts, if any, may be subtracted.
Price at which manufacturers recommend retailers sell a good. The list price is often reduced at the point of sale by the retailer to promote sales. ... read full article
Also called the asking price. The price of the home as determined by the seller and his/her agent. The list price is often negotiable.
The list price is the price that the manufacturer suggests selling the car for.
The manufacturer's suggested retail price for a vehicle. Also referred to as "MSRP" or "Sticker Price."
Retail price quoted in a publisher's catalog. Libraries usually get a discount from the list price. See Net Price; Colorado Cooperative Purchasing Program
The manufacturer's suggested retail price for an item. List prices more often than not, do not accurately represent the actual customary price found in a specific marketplace.
A price documented as the selling price but which may be open to negotiation for discounts.
The price to which discounts are applied to calculate the net price.
A standard price charged to all customers.