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be a steal

To cost much less than one anticipated or is typical. This designer dress was a steal—you wouldn't believe how little I paid for it.
See also: steal
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be a ˈsteal

(especially American English) be for sale at an unexpectedly low price: This suit is a steal at $80. OPPOSITE: cost/pay an arm and a leg
See also: steal
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