A tag or ticket on which the price of an article to which it is attached is marked.(noun)
The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)
Use "price-tag" in a sentence
"If JP Morgan and its affiliated investors have to let go of their $1.5 billion, and that money ends up going to the U.S. Treasury, the price-tag for taxpayers would drop that another 10 percent."
"When she asked how much it was (nothing in a Vegas shop has a price-tag) the clerk said thirteen-hundred, and Sandy handed it back with a quiet gulp."
"Even though just 5,000 patients in the U.S. are diagnosed with the mutation each year, the pills are expected to exceed $1 billion in yearly sales thanks to their performance and a $56,400 price-tag for six months of treatment."