cheap and nasty

cheap and cheerful

simple and inexpensive – British

cheap and nasty

of low cost and bad quality – British

cheap at the price

well worth having, regardless of the cost

A frequently heard variant of this expression, cheap at half the price, while used to mean exactly the same, is, logically speaking, nonsense, since cheap at twice the price is the actual meaning intended.

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