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    at/for a low price

    Those cars are sold __ a very low price
    a) for
    b) at

    Which choice is correct/more appropriate?


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    Re: at/for a low price

    Those cars are sold at a very low price on the Black Market.
    These car are selling at a very low price for the duration of our Christmas Car Sale.
    He sold it for 100


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    Re: at/for a low price

    Quote Originally Posted by David L. View Post
    Those cars are sold at a very low price on the Black Market.
    These car are selling at a very low price for the duration of our Christmas Car Sale.
    He sold it for 100
    Thank you for your reply David L,
    Does it only depend on whether you specify the price of the item?
    I think I have come across both the forms in my (very little) experience. Why shoud one use at or for?

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