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idiotmike

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Dear all,

If I would say,

Product A will be offered at $10 dollars, and $5 if order more than 50 units.

Do I need to add an "at" before $5? or is the above sentence correct?

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Dear all,

If I would say,

Product A will be offered at $10 dollars, and $5 if order more than 50 units.

Do I need to add an "at" before $5? or is the above sentence correct?
It's not correct, mainly because its meaning is not clear. Do you mean that if 60 units are ordered, all 60 will cost $5 each or that the first 50 will cost $10 each and the last 10 will cost $5 each?

You should use "at" again before "$5", but that's not the main problem with your sentence.
Write the sentence again.
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What if I say,

Product A will be offered at $10 dollars each, and at $5 if ordered more than 50 units?

is the above correct?
 

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Product A will be offered at $10.00 each, and, if more than 50 units are ordered, the price per unit will be $5.00 each.
$5 each for all 60 units? If so, I think that has to be made clearer.
 
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