- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of discount.
“We are giving discounts on some litigation; we are giving discounts on bank and investment bank house account matters; we give busted deal discounts; we are willing to fix fees.”
“Your second point about discounts is indisputable, though, and significant.”
“If the User submit the project for Ikea and they like the good guy can win discounts on the physical store.”
“The reason Wal-Mart can sell guns so cheaply is because they order wholesale and get major discounts from the firearms manufacturers.”
“You get up to 10 chances a day to win discounts of up to $100.”
“In the fiscal fourth quarter, Whole Foods executives said the company saw some deflation, with its investment in discounts helping slightly push down its average price per item.”
“As the New York Times editorialized on Sunday, A public plan would have lower administrative expenses than private plans, no need to generate big profits, and stronger bargaining power to obtain discounts from providers.”
“But the company has lately been more conscious of offering short-term discounts in hopes of boosting its market share.”
“Swedish bike store Sportpec transformed parking tickets in discounts on its products.”
“Apr 12th, 2007 at 10: 02 am susan really, really past lunch, but: au bon pain discounts their baked goods 50% an hour before closing (7pm in the Newscorp Building; check your closest store for closing times)”
Looking for tweets for discounts.