Definition of cheap at the price in English:

cheap at the price

(also cheap at half the price)

phrase

British
  • Well worth having, regardless of the cost.

    ‘as an investment for the future, the books are cheap at the price’
    • ‘Not just deeply relevant, but cheap at the price.’
    • ‘They are convenient, easy to use, simple to enter and exit, and cheap at the price.’
    • ‘One expert warned that at $60 a barrel oil is looking cheap at the price.’
    • ‘‘Son, look at it as a quick course in practical diplomacy, and cheap at the price,’ said Fox.’
    • ‘The prospect of the red tape involved in applying for new plates persuaded many car owners that this was cheap at the price.’
    • ‘Cutting the budget deficit looks cheap at the price.’
    • ‘Roy Keane, a big admirer, was not alone at the time in remarking that it was cheap at the price.’
    • ‘Seeing all the things put in, and all the things taken out, it seems cheap at the price.’
    • ‘If, at last, we begin to see just how counter-productive and wasteful our farming policies have become, the cost of this latest compensation will have been cheap at the price.’
    • ‘I would suggest £200 for a ten-year personal licence is hardly excessive - £20 per year seems cheap at the price.’