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Types of prices and describing prices and costs - thesaurus

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all in

if the price of something is all in, it includes everything

all-in

adjective

British an all-in price includes everything, with no extra charges

all-inclusive

adjective

including everyone or everything, especially all the costs, charges, and services that make up the total price of something

basic

adjective

with no extra amounts of money included or charged

chargeable

adjective

formal if an amount of money is chargeable, it must be paid

discounted

adjective

discounted prices or rates are lower than usual

extra

adverb

more than a particular amount of money

fancy

adjective

fancy prices are much higher than they should be

good

adjective

giving you a lot of value for something you are buying or selling

half-price

adjective

at half the usual price

inclusive

adjective

including all costs

inflated

adjective

inflated prices or amounts are higher than they should be

introductory

adjective

an introductory offer or price is a low price that is intended to encourage people to buy a new product

non-refundable

adjective

if something that you buy is non-refundable, the money that you paid for it cannot be given back to you

premium

adjective

premium prices are higher than usual

reasonable

adjective

a reasonable price is fair and not too high

steep

adjective

steep prices are very high

upfront

adjective

upfront costs or payments are paid before you get the goods or services that you are buying

worth

adjective

if you say how much something is worth, you state its value in money

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