price (oneself, someone, or something) out of the market

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price (oneself, someone, or something) out of the market

To change the price of something in such a way that one, someone, or something is no longer competitive or viable on the market. Their latest smartphone is indeed impressive, but it won't revolutionize the industry, and at $1,200, they've really priced themselves out of the market. Giant retail chains like that one are pricing locally owned shops like ours out of the market all over the country.
See also: market, of, out, price

price someone or something out of the market

to raise or lower a price and drive someone or something out of the marketplace. You are a very good singer, but your agent has priced you out of the market. The discount prices posted by the chain store were meant to price us out of the market.
See also: market, of, out, price

price out of the market

Charge so much for a product or service that no one will buy it, as in Asking $10 each for those old records is pricing yourself out of the market. [First half of 1900s]
See also: market, of, out, price

price yourself out of the market

If you price yourself out of the market, you try to sell goods or services at such a high price that nobody buys them. At £150,000 for a season, he really is pricing himself out of the market.
See also: market, of, out, price

price yourself out of the market

be unable to compete commercially.
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price out of the market

To eliminate the demand for (goods or services) by setting prices too high.
See also: market, of, out, price