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  1. B45
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    At that price range. OR In that price range.

    Should it be:

    At that price range. OR In that price range.

    I can afford a room at that price range.

    VS

    I can afford a room in that price range.

    Are both ok?

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    Re: At that price range. OR In that price range.

    Say

    'I can afford a room at that price' or 'I can afford a room in that price range'.

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    Re: At that price range. OR In that price range.

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    'I can afford a room at that price' or 'I can afford a room in that price range'.
    Which means, at that price range is wrong?

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    Re: At that price range. OR In that price range.

    Yes.

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