Definitions for "Coupon"
A certificate of interest due, printed at the bottom of transferable bonds (state, railroad, etc.), given for a term of years, designed to be cut off and presented for payment when the interest is due; an interest warrant.
A section of a ticket, showing the holder to be entitled to some specified accomodation or service, as to a passage over a designated line of travel, a particular seat in a theater, or the like.
a ticket or form allowing the bearer to purchase a specific quantity of rationed goods; -- such coupons are typically issued by a governmental agency.
Promotional material given for free by a casino in order to attract customers. Coupons entitle the player to certain one-off amenities, like one free dinner for 2, or special (and favorable) rules at games, like using a coupon to get 2-1 payoff in case of a natural. Coupons are given to the player in order to entice him to the casino, while comps are given after he plays there.
A popular promotional mechanic used by marketers to increase sales or store traffic by offering discount for the redemption of a voucher (the coupon).
a multi-digit number that is emailed to you as a special promotion
A piece of metal from which a test specimen is to be prepared. Often an extra piece that is cut from a casting or forging.
a test sample of some substance
a sample of steel cut from a larger portion of a steel member or piece
A discount certificate redeemed at the cash register. Coupons are distributed in manufacturer's newspaper ads, freestanding inserts, affixed to a product package, by direct mail, electronically in store or via the internet.
A code that the user can apply during the purchase process to receive a discount on the price of the product/service they are purchasing
a cash discount
An extra piece of metal, either cast separately or attached to a casting, used to determine the analysis or properties of the metal.
A postally invalid label or tag attached to a postage stamp, usually carrying a slogan or design related to the stamp.
Slip of paper included in a direct mail package, which the buyer or inquirer returns to the advertiser, usually in a postage-paid business reply envelope.
Keywords:  bang, tail, tab, envelope, tear
The tear-off tab portion of a Bang-Tail envelope.
See Bang-tail.
Keywords:  visage, one
One’s visage.
Also referred to as a stub, bill, statement, remittance advice, or turnaround document. This is the portion of the bill sent to a customer that is returned with the check. It has the customer account number and the amount owed on the document, normally in the scan line.
The part of an advertisement or mailer that is intended to be filled in by the repondent and returned to the advertiser.
Keywords:  pendant, star
a Star Pendant
A document offering a saving or other benefit by purchasing a product. In tourism this is usually a saving on an attraction admission, a second meal free at a restaurant, etc.
Keywords:  convince, useless, paper, piece, brands
a piece of paper that is otherwise useless unless applied toward a specific product
a piece of paper offering a reduced price. Coupons are frequently used to attract new buyers and to convince people to switch brands.
Keywords:  gatlinburg, great, save, way, money
a great way to save money in Gatlinburg
Keywords:  noun
a powerful and versatile medium that gives you many ways to attract new customers and grow your business
Keywords:  quick, doesn't, attention, get, way
a quick way to get people's attention, but it doesn't do much for image," he said
Keywords:  strip, composite, thin, material
a thin strip of the composite material)
a sales item that a merchant distributes to the mass public or a limited set of the mass public (i
Keywords:  great, get, word, way
a great way to get the word out
Keywords:  vehicle, mail, powerful, sales, order
a powerful mail order sales vehicle
Keywords:  customers, code, your, you
a code that you will give to your customers