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cut-price

(esp US), cut-rate
1. available at prices or rates below the standard price or rate
2. offering goods or services at prices below the standard price
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com for free family-friendly tennis lessons and free or cut-price courts.
Angry Fine Gael councillor Noel Rock said: "Advertising cut-price spirits the day after Social Welfare gets paid and calling it 'Welfare Wednesdays' is a mad idea.
There would also be a ban on ads for cut-price booze.
Or, as an alternative, defy the Reaper completely by wedging yourself beneath the Crispy Pancakes at Iceland as a cut-price alternative to being cryogenically frozen.
Company director Gareth Wynn-Jones celebrates his first hole-in-one after trying out a cut-price club
The move to stock the brand comes two years after a highprofile legal battle over the chain's right to sell cut-price Levis sourced from the so-called 'grey market' outside Europe without the consent of the jeans maker.
BT Group Plc, the UK's former incumbent telecoms carrier, has launched a cut-price high-speed internet service to help maximize broadband revenues and make up for the decline in its fixed-line operations.
PUBS planning to introduce cut-price drinks in Ireland are feeding a culture of binge drinking and underage alcohol abuse, it was claimed yesterday.
Cut-price promotion that hampered value sales in hand-dishwashing detergents eased in the last three years (2006-08).
Shoppers are regularly tempted into grocery stores to snap up cut-price beer, wine and spirits.
can buy a cut-price suit along with your groceries - and can most of us even tell the difference between budget or blowout?
DEAN HOYLE began his spell as Town owner with 10,273 fans having backed the cut-price season-ticket offer.