The Atlas rockets and Centaur upper stages (often used in combination) successfully use(d) pressure-stabilized tanks to minimize dry mass. This technology was not used in any other rocket stages I'm familiar with. Given the high value of a pound of payload, why?
The high price of payload to orbit is precisely the point: Pressure stabilization means that the entire transport of the tanks has to be done with the greatest care. Any dropped tool can easily punch a hole through the paper-thin tank walls. They also have to be constantly wetted with an oil film to prevent corrosion.
The additional labour adds greatly to the cost of the launch system.