Discounted [verb]

Definition of Discounted:

lower, reduce cost

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Sentence/Example of Discounted:

In his letter to readers following the sale, Seward gave a 50% discount on the first year to new sign-ups.

Apple said in a press release that mobile app businesses had taken on new importance during the pandemic and that the discounted price would give them more resources.

What was originally an unlimited shipping program has grown in recent years to include video streaming, games and digital storage, and discounts at Amazon-owned Whole Foods Market.

As pre-pandemic times have shown us, profitability in those days was elusive as businesses undercut each other in fees and with discounts.

If losses are not discounted, they would range significantly higher, wiping out the majority of a year’s profits.

They’re also booking longer stays, and the rates are better if they do, up to a 40% off discount.

At Bluestem, they wanted to identify people who had abandoned a cart or performed a similar activity, then email them a custom 10% discount that could only be used by the recipients.

That usually involves agreeing to a long list of incentives that can range from the SSP outlining its road map to the advertiser to offering them discounts on certain fees.

We have discounts on recommended Bluetooth speakers, USB-C chargers, and games as well, plus half off a year of NBC's new Peacock service and a good price on an Instant Pot.

Before leaving for Bed Bath & Beyond, Tritton had been enjoying a stellar run at Target as the discount giant’s chief merchant.