price yourself out of the market

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

To change the price of something in such a way that the market becomes no longer competitive or viable for oneself, someone, or something. They've really priced themselves out of the market by selling the new model at such a high price. Giant retail chains are pricing locally owned shops out of the market all over the country.
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.
See also: market, of, out, price

price yourself/something out of the ˈmarket

demand such a high price for something that no one wants to buy it: If you charge too much, you’ll price yourself out of the market.
See also: market, of, out, price, something