- the price originally demanded by the seller, as before any reduction resulting from bargaining, discount, etc.
Origin of asking price
First recorded in 1745–55
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So, of course, the observant farmer would add a thousand dollars to the asking-price of his property.Love's Pilgrimage
- the price suggested by a seller but usually considered to be subject to bargaining
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