From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishspecial offerˌspecial ˈoffer noun [countable]a lowpricecharged for a product for a short timeThe hotel has a special offer of five nights for the price of three.special offer onspecial offers on dishwashersbe on special offer British EnglishThe wine is currently on special offer at £2.69. —special offer adjective [only before noun]Our special offer price is £25.95.
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special offer• Having a special offer or promotion?• Unless it's a special offer, companies aren't obliged to stick to the prices they display in their ads.• It was reported, in Baberton Mains, that a special offer for the installation of burglaralarms had been made.• Our special offer price is £25.75.• This special offer is valid until July 31st 1992.From Longman Business Dictionaryspecial offerˌspecial ˈofferMARKETINGa free product or service that is added to something in order to encourage people to buy itSpecial offer: all guests of Amsterdam Travel Service are offered a free sauna during their stay. →offer