Price is hovering between $5 and $8.
We regret we have to maintain our original price.
Price has declined.
Price has dipped (sagged)。
It simply can't stand such a big cut.
Price has tobogganed.
Price has plummeted.
Price is on downslide.
This new product is moderately priced.
Articles of everyday use are economically priced.
To have this business concluded， you need to lower your price at least by 3%.
Business is possible if you can lower the price to HK$2150.
The utmost (best) we can do is to reduce the price by 2%.
We cannot take anything off the price.
We've already cut down our prices to cost level.
There is no room for any reduction in price.
Our rock-bottom price is $500/mt， and cannot be further lowered.
Everyone hopes the price of crude oil would greatly decrease.
We've already cut the price very fine.
The French price of stainless steel plates are about $1200 per mt， while the German price is still lower.
We're ready to reduce the price by 5%.
B: No problem.
A: I’ll take this one.
B: Good. Anything else? The tie pins? The cuff links?
A: No, thank you. I want to have a look at that scarf.
B: Ok. We have several kinds of scarves here. Let me get them for you. Just wait a minute. (B takes several scarves off the shelf, and then puts them on the counter.)
A: Oh. I like this one. I have been looking for this color and design. Please wrap it for me, and I’ll take it.