name a/the/(one's) price (for something)

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name a/the/(one's) price (for something)

To identify or come up with a price for which one is willing to buy or sell something. A: "How much do you want for this old typewriter?" B: "Name a price, and I'll see if it's fair." He decided to let everyone name their own prices for the artwork according to their own budgets, trusting that people wouldn't rip him off.
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One TV source said: "She's the biggest name on TV at the moment so she can basically name her price for adverts.
A source said: "Beyonce is so hot she can name her price. But she's glad to help raise money for such a good cause."
THE princess and pauper of athletics will be representing Britain in the European Cup this weekend - one can name her price to run, the other can just about afford to compete.