discounted price <vs> discount price

AlbertoForin

Senior Member
Italian
How do you call the price that is reduced due to a special offer in a store? Is it a discounted price or discount price? Does this sentence below sound good?

When running special offers retailers set discount selling prices for some products.
 
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    Senior Member
    American English
    I would use "discount prices" myself (adjective/noun). But you don't need "selling," and you can even drop "set" to turn "discount" into a verb:
    When running special offers, retailers set discount selling prices for some products.
     
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