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coupon

noun [C] uk   /ˈkuː.pɒn/ us    /-pɑːn/
a piece of paper that can be used to get something without paying for it, or at a reduced price: If you collect ten coupons from the newspaper, you can get a free beach towel. a piece of paper, especially a part of an advertisement in a newspaper or magazine, that a reader can send to an organization in order to get information about its products or services: To find out more about our products, fill in the coupon and send it to us at the address given below.
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