If I see two products that are cheap, for example, if normally each product costs $10 and now one of them (product A) costs $5 and the second (product B) costs $7. Then what will be the correct form to refer to product B price state?
- Choice 1: Product B is less cheap.
- Choice 2: Product B is less cheaper. (with comparative form)
Now it's obvious that I can use in terms of expensive (for product B) and cheaper (for product A), but my question deals with a situation in which I'd like to emphasis or to focus on the cheapness (since in the end of the day they're both cheaper than normal).
Is it valid at all in English to use one of these couple of words: "less cheap" or "less cheaper"?