cheap at twice the price


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cheap at twice the price

Remarkably or exceedingly inexpensive (as in, even if you doubled the price, it would still be a good value). Primarily heard in UK, Australia. I got a brand new three-piece suit for 50 bucks—cheap at twice the price!
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cheap at twice the price

Very inexpensive, a good value for the money. For example, Pete got a $3,000 rebate on his new car-it was cheap at twice the price. For a synonym see dirt cheap.
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cheap at twice the price

Extremely inexpensive.
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If it is cheap at twice the price, even more comforting is the fact that it is here at all.
Most husbands will say it's cheap at twice the price.
We'd be cheap at twice the price because if Wimbledon go down it would cost millions.