Price Drop (formerly known as Price-Drop.TV until 21 January 2005 and as Price-Drop TV until 1 August 2011) is a television shopping channel that focuses on falling price auctions. Price Drop's channel format was the first of its type in the UK, using a falling price dynamic.
The channel was launched on 11 June 2003, broadcasting live between 16:00 to midnight, Wednesdays to Saturdays. It now broadcasts live for almost 18 hours a day from 07:45 to 01:30. Price Drop is available on Freeview 37, Virgin Media 741, Sky 645, Freesat 801 and Wightcable 706
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—For the State of Montana, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)
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