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  • v. Present participle of upsell.


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  • Our noses were slightly sunburned, but we had no regrets about being upsold.

    Highway to Heaven

  • You've always upsold the clients, in every project you've had.

    Liz Ryan: If You're Not Working, We Won't Hire You

  • They told her, We looked at three criteria -- whether you're currently assigned to a project, whether you've upsold past clients on more web design work, and what kinds of ratings you've received.

    Liz Ryan: If You're Not Working, We Won't Hire You

  • My ex-husband, Alan, was almost upsold by a sommelier at a high-profile Italian restaurant in New York while dining with friends.

    The Outrage of the Upsell

  • After all, you can't be upsold on a wine that you bring yourself.

    The Outrage of the Upsell

  • After all, no one has to say to a waiter "I'm not spending more than $25 on a main course" to keep from being upsold from chicken to steak.

    The Outrage of the Upsell

  • My friend Suzann was successfully upsold at another fashionable San Francisco spot.

    The Outrage of the Upsell

  • Aldo Sohm, wine director of Le Bernardin in New York, is on the floor a great deal of the time, yet he recalled getting a call from a customer who complained that one of the restaurant's sommeliers had upsold him on a wine by $20.

    The Outrage of the Upsell

  • After breakfast with an entrepreneur-turned-billionaire at the Rosewood Hotel on Sand Hill Road in Menlo Park, Benioff had upsold himself.

    Billionaire Marc Benioff: I'm Sold

  • Figuring that I could use a little more cash, walked in to buy a ticket and was immediately upsold to buying 5 (buy 5 get 1 free!).

    5 Dollars and a Dream : #comments


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