So I’m being a little bit of an SEO whore in this post because it took way to many google searches to get this data.
SQL Server 2016 Enterprise Edition—Core Licensing Only–$27, 495/4 cores, $13, 747.50 per additional 2 core packs.
SQL Server 2016 Standard Edition—Core licensing–$7171/4 cores, $3585.50 per additional 2 core packs,
Server plus CAL Licensing– $898/server (CALs are $170/named user)
SQL Server 2014 BI Edition—Server Plus CAL Licensing Only–$8592/server (CALs are $170/named user)
BI Edition is dead with 2016. I also updated the versions here, but the price hasn’t changed for 2016, and remember you get a lot of cool enterprise features in standard edition.