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special offer

noun [C or U]
 
 
COMMERCE
goods that are sold at a lower price than usual: You can still take advantage of the special offer of $355 for return flights.
a product or service that is offered free or at a very low price to encourage people to buy or use another product or service: The special offer includes an extra night's stay at the hotel for corporate customers.
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