- the price at which a product is usually sold to the public and from which a trade discount is computed by a wholesaler.
Origin of list price
First recorded in 1870–75
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- the selling price of merchandise as quoted in a catalogue or advertisement
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The stated price of a commodity before any discount or other reduction.
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