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I want to say "You have to pay a little extra money to eat in that area." Can I leave the "money" out and say "pay a little extra" instead? Is this idiomatic?

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I want to say "You have to pay a little extra money to eat in that area." Can I leave the "money" out and say "pay a little extra" instead? Is this idiomatic?
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