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costing less than standard price

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The launch of Fairy by Procter & Gamble through cut-price promotion heightened competition in the market.
Angry Fine Gael councillor Noel Rock said: "Advertising cut-price spirits the day after Social Welfare gets paid and calling it 'Welfare Wednesdays' is a mad idea.
DEAN HOYLE began his spell as Town owner with 10,273 fans having backed the cut-price season-ticket offer.
Some 89% now expect cut-price and multibuy offers to be part of their regular shopping experience, the survey by Buckingham Research revealed.
Shop windows are already crammed with cut-price bargains in a bid to beat the credit crunch that is squeezing families hard.
Thousands of pensioners and disabled people in part of Northumberland are failing to take advantage of free bus passes which give them access to cut-price travel.
LEEDS striker Robbie Keane is poised to beat today's newly-imposed transfer deadline by signing for Spurs in a cut-price pounds 7million deal.
But season ticket holders are claiming they are losing out on the cut-price deals because they have already paid their yearly subscription, which averages around pounds 400.
Steven Landefeld, director of the Bureau of Economic Analysis, pointed out that prices on everything that businesses and consumers actually buy, including cut-price imports, rose no faster last quarter than in the fall, at a 1.
The cut-price offers advertised here and there tend to be more restricted than they look, and sometimes not quite as cheap.
Shoppers are regularly tempted into grocery stores to snap up cut-price beer, wine and spirits.
ROGUE traders have been visiting community groups in the Leamington area offering cut-price line painting.
THE FA have been forced to agree a cut-price pounds 7million deal for a 12-month contract extension with E.
Punch blames the smoking ban, rising beer duty, cut-price competition from supermarkets and a plunge in consumer spending for their problems.