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    How do you say "Sorry, all prices are final" in Russian?

    We're having a yard sale, and I'm pretty sure that some Russians will be there. I don't know if they will try to bargain prices or not, but we would like to avoid that if possible.

    Thanks!

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    К сожалению, все цены окончательные. - Lit., I'm sorry to say that, but all prices are final.

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    I have seen several times inscription, with the same meaning: "У нас не торгуются." (Literally: "They don't negotiate here.")

    Or "Извините, у нас не торгуются." - to be more polite.
    "Россия для русских" - это неправильно. Остальные-то чем лучше?

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    "Извините, но мы не можем дешевле".
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    Thanks for correcting me.

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    Мне жаль, но скидок у нас нет.

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    Its strange, that nobody think of well-known classic phrase:
    Я полагаю, что торг здесь неуместен!
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    Извините, но все призы закончились. Лично я так понял. А если вы имели в виду, что цены окончательные, то надо было писать: "Sorry, negociations are not permited"

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