Which is correct:
"at a very cheap price" or "in a very cheap price"?

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at a very cheap price

This phrase is correct and commonly used in English.

This phrase is used to indicate that something is being sold or offered at a low cost.

Examples:

  • You can buy that shirt at a very cheap price.
  • The store is selling laptops at a very cheap price.
  • They are offering their services at a very cheap price.
  • The hotel room was booked at a very cheap price.
  • I found this car at a very cheap price.

Alternatives:

  • at a low price
  • at an affordable price
  • at a discounted price
  • for a very cheap price
  • for a bargain price

in a very cheap price

This phrase is not correct in English.

The correct phrase is 'at a very cheap price.' 'In a very cheap price' is not a common or correct construction in English.

Last updated: March 28, 2024

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