pile it high, sell it cheap

pile it high, sell it cheap
pile it high, sell it cheap
COMMERCE said when a store sells large amounts of a product at cheap prices, without spending effort or money on displays, advertising, etc.: »

The discount grocer is once again thriving at the pile-it-high, sell-it-cheap end of the market.

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Financial and business terms. 2012.

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  • pile them high and sell them cheap — pile it/them high and sell it/them cheap mainly British to sell large amounts of something at cheap prices. The shops at the lower end of the clothing market have survived by piling it high and selling it cheap …   New idioms dictionary

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  • pile them high and sell them cheap — pile it/them high and sell it/them cheap mainly British to sell large amounts of something at cheap prices. The shops at the lower end of the clothing market have survived by piling it high and selling it cheap …   New idioms dictionary

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