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coupon

1. Commerce
a. a detachable part of a ticket or advertisement entitling the holder to a discount, free gift, etc.
b. a detachable slip usable as a commercial order form
c. a voucher given away with certain goods, a certain number of which are exchangeable for goods offered by the manufacturers
2. History a ticket issued to facilitate rationing

Coupon

 

a part of a security—a bond or a stock—that entitles the owner to receive a set return in the form of interest or dividends. The coupon is presented for payment, usually through a bank, to the corporation or government authority that issued the security.

coupon

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(chemical engineering)
Polished metal strip of specified size and weight used to detect the corrosive action of liquid or gas products or to test the efficiency of corrosion-inhibitor additives. Also known as corrosion coupon.
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Flash Sale 2 - Timing: 6AM-7AM CST; Coupon Code: FRIFLASH2
For the uninitiated, coupon clipping might seem like a big effort for a small payoff.
Not many other promotional tools can accomplish sampling and encourage the continuity of a purchase," says John Irwin, president of the Association of Coupon Professionals, headquartered in Des Plains, Ill.
Viewing the coupons requires downloading a coupon print manager, a small program that uses 40 kilobytes of memory.
In the example used by the Supreme Court, "if Catalina's manufacturer-client is Campbell Soup, Campbell can contract to have a coupon reading 'one dollar off your next purchase of Campbell Soup' printed at the supermarket checkout counter whenever someone purchases a can of its soup, in order to encourage repeat business.
A deduction is available, however, for certain types of narrowly defined coupon programs, as explained in Regs.
Thus, there are really two interacting factors - maturity length and coupon size - that cause a bond's price to change in response to a change in market interest rates.
The coupons can also be accessed using the Coupon Codes tab on www.
According to the "Digital Coupon Redeemer: Shopper Trends" report, heavy digital coupon users shop 47 percent more often than the average shopper, spending $6,081 annually on groceries and household goods alone -- an incredible 114 percent more than the national average.
Most coupon-clipping individuals eagerly await the weekly arrival of direct-mail coupons at their homes, relying on the coupons for savings on products such as pizzas, discount checks, and eye exams.
Coupon clippers take heed: A slew of manufacturer coupons are on the horizon as marketers attempt to get shoppers back into supermarkets to buy items from baby diapers to ice cream.
Hodgson has a coupon for almost every item on his list.