Definition of 'coupon'
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You can only use one coupon per transaction. The Sun (2016)Only one coupon per item purchased is permitted. The Sun (2016)Only one coupon accepted per person per transaction. The Sun (2016)Only one coupon per item purchased. The Sun (2016)Only one coupon per transaction. The Sun (2016)To enter by post, fill in the below coupon or write your answer and contact details on a postcard and send to the address below. The Sun (2016) This coupon cannot be accepted against any other product. The Sun (2008)The shopper then gets a coupon for the difference at the till. The Sun (2015)Only one coupon per transaction and per household. The Sun (2009)They are always offering discounts and coupons to their loyal fans. The Sun (2016)Simply follow the instructions on the coupon below. The Sun (2012)Please do not attempt to redeem this coupon against other product or issue. The Sun (2016)Just tick the relevant boxes and return the coupon to get your blushes over with now. The Sun (2009)Only one coupon per person per visit. The Sun (2013) Coupon discounts may increase the demand for complements. Microeconomics: Price Theory in Practice (1995)See the coupon below for the second offer. The Sun (2011)Please do not attempt to exchange this coupon for another product as refusal may cause embarrassment. The Sun (2014)Only one coupon may be used against each item purchased. The Sun (2009)Another way is to purchase a book of discount coupons. The 8-Week Cholesterol Cure (1990)Or take the coupon printed below to the till along with your free sheet. The Sun (2014)Only one coupon per two products purchased. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Shoppers get a coupon with the difference at the till but have a limited time to spend it. The Sun (2014)But the important and worthwhile innovations are those like zero coupon bonds that survive once such subsidies have been removed. Principles of Corporate Finance (1991)It should be an option like the box you ticked on the old football pools coupon: no publicity. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The charity did not withhold or pay any employment taxes for any portion of the $35 gift coupons provided to employees. Christianity Today (2000)The remaining debt is now held in a bond with a coupon of 6.25% that can be repaid at par. Times, Sunday Times (2007)For a coupon bond with a long holding period, there is some risk because coupon payments must be reinvested before the bond matures. Financial Markets, Institutions and Money (1995)The bonds will mature in 2018 and will pay a coupon of 1 per cent. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The bond will pay a coupon of 8.5 per cent, the sources said. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'coupon'
British English: coupon NOUN
A coupon is a piece of printed paper which allows you to pay less money than usual for a product, or to get it free.
...a money-saving coupon.
Definition of coupon from the Collins English Dictionary
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