: a statement of due interest to be cut from a bearer bond when payable and presented for payment
also : the interest rate of a coupon
: a small piece of paper that allows one to get a service or product for free or at a lower price: such as
: one of a series of attached tickets or certificates often to be detached and presented as needed
: a ticket or form authorizing purchases of rationed commodities
: a certificate or similar evidence of a purchase redeemable in premiums
: a part of a printed advertisement to be cut off to use as an order blank or inquiry form or to obtain a discount on merchandise or services
Bring in this coupon for a free oil change. I'm always clipping coupons from the newspaper to use at the grocery store. The coupon is good for one free ice-cream cone. Send in this coupon for more information.
Recent Examples on the Web Yaheetech Upholstered Bed Frame, $64.88 with coupon (orig. —Amy Schulman, Peoplemag, 17 May 2023 Marvel Avengers Hulk Fist Bottle Opener, $9.99 with coupon (orig. —Melissa Epifano, EW.com, 15 May 2023 Kirkland’s Home will also honor 20% off on single item coupons across all 430+ locations through May 31. —Cameron Jenkins, Good Housekeeping, 28 Apr. 2023 Gift cards will be good until May 8, and coupons will be accepted until Wednesday. —Khristopher J. Brooks, CBS News, 25 Apr. 2023 Sha Cerlin Upholstered Queen Bed, $79.95 with coupon (orig. —Clara Mcmahon, Peoplemag, 13 May 2023 Use apps to take advantage of smarter, money-saving decisions and to take advantage of discounts and coupons. —Winnie Sun, Forbes, 3 May 2023 The chain turned lemons into lemonade, though, offering a $10 bucket promotion on its app and coupons to disappointed carnivores. —Spencer Jakab, wsj.com, 3 May 2023 And thanks to a 15 percent off onsite coupon, the case is only less than $15 right now. —Chaunie Brusie, Travel + Leisure, 30 Apr. 2023 See More
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