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Just a rant on the very common but utterly meaningless use of the phase "price point". According to Merriam Websters's Collegate Dictionary price is defined as "...the quantity of one thing that is exchanged or demanded in barter or sale for another
b: the amount of money given or SET (emphasis added) as consideration for the sale of a specified thing..."

Based upon the definition above adding the adjective "point" is utterly and completely unnecessary. Price already means a SET certain amount. I think people feel the need to add an unnecessary adjective to make themselves seem more intelligent or knowledgeable when doing so creates the opposite impression. Just a personal rant.