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I'd like to know the correct way to read dollar amounts after the expression "priced at."
If I want to read the sentence
"This app is priced at $3.99."
would it typically be read as
"This app is priced at three dollars and ninety-nine cents?"
I really want to use "dollars" and "cents" instead of saying something like "priced at three-ninety-nine."