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    Don't go to the high end department stores, because they all rack up the prices. Is

    Don't go to the high end department stores, because they all rack up the prices.

    Is the bold incorrect? What are some correct ways to say they are rip offs.

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    Re: Don't go to the high end department stores, because they all rack up the prices.

    It is incorrect.

    "They jack up the prices" is the way to say it (informally).

    "They have a high profit margin (or high markup)" is a more formal and impassioned way to say it.

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