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    Default prices at cashdesk

    I have a translation to fulfill and it is the last question for today.

    In French: "Les prix augmentent ŕ la caisse" means prices increase, but the prices you have to pay when you reach the cashdesk in a store. It emphasizes on the fact that we speak of the real prices the one you have to pay.

    I'm looking for the right expression in English so as to be as much idiomatic as I can.


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    Default Re: prices at cashdesk

    The till price

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