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beyond price

Priceless. Describing something that is so valuable, no price can be put on it. This safari will be an experience beyond price!
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beyond/without ˈprice

(formal or literary) so valuable that it cannot be bought; priceless: These paintings are almost beyond price.
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MARK HUGHES may be in charge of the richest club in the world, but he knows there's one player who may just be beyond price.
Going beyond price comparison, Yapta tracks flight prices and alerts you to changing costs, so you can buy when the price is right.
Growth of experiential retailing--how to drive sales and profits beyond price.
In this country, on the other hand, we do have the notion of freedom, and an ideal image of ourselves as "free" Ours is the "land of the free" we are born "free and equal"; and certainly, when these phrases were originally used, free referred to something of value beyond price, worth fighting and dying for.
Another mistake on the edge of the Derby box gifted possession to the Preston striker and he again showed a cool head to shoot beyond Price.
And as with engines, everyone's approaching this all just a little differently, so equipment builders will, again, have to look beyond price, support and delivery.
But if we view our bodies as beyond price, we might move heaven and earth to save a life--consider how different the Lindbergh case or the desperate negotiations for Daniel Pearl.
In "THE DELIGHTS OF DOLLAR STORES," the October 2003 Shopper Report said that "The appeal of dollar stores continues unabated for reasons beyond price. It suggests incorporating a 'dollar aisle' or a '5&10' aisle into supermarkets which have already incorporated club store sizes, organics, health foods, and gourmet sections." Now, Albertson's has done the dollar zone concept in all 2,500 stores and says it works.
The custom programs are making money for the business schools, and executives are finding a rich vein of affordable training expertise that often has benefits beyond price.
These methods will expand your relationship with them beyond price. They may have come for the concession, but they stay for the camaraderie and friendship.
But the principle is beyond price. Government at all levels depends on the trust of the people, and that trust is squandered when official actions, however well-meaning, negate the credibility of past promises.
Here, one would like to know more about how market forces beyond price fluctuations may have undermined small-scale cultivators.
When choosing a managed care plan, most employers don't look beyond price. They find out which companies can save them the most money and then go with a name they know.