American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The period before something, such as a work of art, is available for sale to the public.
- n. An exclusive or private sale held before an advertised sale.
- pre- + sale (Wiktionary)
“There have been reports that the presale has been a disaster with many people getting locked out of the site and thus losing the use of their password.”
“The presale is a day after my birthday … VEGAS HERE I COME BITCHES!!!”
“-- Fans pay dues to get 'presale' passwords, codes you can buy online to game the concertgoing experience.”
“jualan presale akan ditutup pada 27mac. terima k ...”
“Members of the Iowa Events Center Cyber-Club will have access to a ticket "presale" from 10 a.m. to 10 a.m.”
“Gerald Fogelson Forum: "Pursue risk-mitigating strategies, such as presale, phases, refinancing your capital back, always trying to take some money off the table.”
“Christie's total topped its own presale expectation of up to £ 51.8 million and underscored the role that new, international buyers are playing in the art market's quickening recovery.”
“That is very much the theme right now, said Áslaug Magnúsdóttir, CEO of the presale website Moda Operandi.”
“The overall total failed to match the auction house's own presale expectation of $162.3 million and also fell shy of Sotheby's $170.4 million sale the night before—a signal that bidders may not have been impressed with some of Christie's offerings.”
“Christie's total also surpassed its own presale estimate of $214 million to $299 million.”
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