Definition of 'on sale'
Example sentences containing 'on sale'
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Tickets for the shows are to go on sale next year. The Sun (2016)Then just refresh to get the best prices when they go on sale. The Sun (2016)Tickets go on sale at 9am today. The Sun (2016)Prices are yet to be announced but tickets will go on sale in April. The Sun (2016)All 180 concerts in the first season also sold out within hours of tickets going on sale. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Thailand is ludicrously cheap, with package holidays on sale for less than the cost of a return flight. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It adds that close to 60 per cent of returned tickets go on sale through the box office at normal prices. Times, Sunday Times (2017)A TEST that uses a fingernail clipping to check for signs of fragile bone disease osteoporosis goes on sale online today. The Sun (2016)Or it may be possible to change the transfer prices on sales of goods within the group. Principles of Corporate Finance (1991)It will then go on sale at full price in shops. The Sun (2009)It is easier to talk about acquiring reserves than finding good ones on sale at reasonable prices. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The electronic edition goes on sale today. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It will go on sale next year. The Sun (2009)Tickets go on sale this week for the ninth edition of this fun mix of arts and science. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It will go on sale next year priced at around 100,000. The Sun (2012)Cinema tickets go on sale today and include European venues too. The Sun (2012)It is now back on sale for 50,000 less. Times, Sunday Times (2010)One million people expressed an interest in attending the Games months in advance of tickets going on sale. Times, Sunday Times (2011)At one stall eggs were half the price of those on sale at the Safeway store up the road. SHOPPED: The Shocking Power of British Supermarkets (2004)Tickets go on sale this Friday. The Sun (2014)It goes on sale in September priced from 35,000. The Sun (2011)But a Sun probe last night found the biscuits still on sale in corner shops across England. The Sun (2008)The car will be unwrapped in Geneva next week and go on sale this summer priced around 21,000. The Sun (2016)
Definition of on sale from the Collins English Dictionary
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