- delivered price
- = freight-allowed priceA quoted price that includes the cost of packing, insurance, and delivery to the destination given by the buyer (sometimes within a specified area).
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delivered price — ➔ price1 * * * delivered price UK US noun [C] ► COMMERCE a price for goods which includes the cost of packing, transport, etc.: »The company guarantees a lower delivered price than any other factory authorized dealer on most items … Financial and business terms
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delivered price — /dɪ lɪvəd praɪs/ noun a price which includes packing and transport … Marketing dictionary in english
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delivered prices — The practice of supplying goods only at a single price (effectively inclusive of transport costs) to customers premises, irrespective of location. The effect is to discriminate between differently located customers who are supplied at the same… … Law dictionary
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