a set price

a set price

An established, inflexible price (for something). They offer a three-course meal at a set price of $60 per person. I'm sorry, but that's a set price. I'm not willing to negotiate.
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set one's (own) price

to name the (relatively high) price at which one is willing to sell something. If you have a first edition of Milton, you can almost set your own price. They are in great demand by collectors.
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For this reason, corporate acquisitions are often structured with a set price, but the form of the consideration is allowed to fluctuate with changes in the value of acquirer stock.