What does "price on request" mean?
- 8 years agoFavourite answer
You have to ask the price...usually means it's either really expensive or they're going to try to guess how much you can afford and gouge you if possible.
- 8 years ago
It implies that the supplier does not want to declare the price of the product in advance; this may be due to wide fluctuations in the price due to demand and supply position, stock availability or for many other reasons. The supplier will indicate the price on receipt of request from the intending buyer, again may be depending on the quantity, credit facilities requested etc.
- quatt47Lv 78 years ago
It means that they don't want to advertise the price which could be variable, depending on demand. When you make an enquiry they'll tell you the price then.
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- ElenaLv 58 years ago
You get the price when you ask the person what it is.
- Anonymous8 years ago
You have to ask or request and the company or shop will tell you..Source(s): experience