price out of the market


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price someone or something out of the market

to raise or lower a price and drive someone or something out of the marketplace. You are a very good singer, but your agent has priced you out of the market. The discount prices posted by the chain store were meant to price us out of the market.
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price out of the market

Charge so much for a product or service that no one will buy it, as in Asking $10 each for those old records is pricing yourself out of the market. [First half of 1900s]
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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.
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price out of the market

To eliminate the demand for (goods or services) by setting prices too high.
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