package deal

noun

Definition of package deal

1 : an offer or agreement involving a number of related items or one making acceptance of one item dependent on the acceptance of another
2 : the items offered in a package deal

Examples of package deal in a Sentence

They presented their proposals to the committee as a package deal.
Recent Examples on the Web Swarovski also offers a cheaper crystal Batman for $529, as well as a package deal of the two $529 models for $869. Sebastian Blanco, Car and Driver, "Swarovski Will Sell You a Crystal Batmobile for $8900," 13 June 2020 And Disney is throwing down the gauntlet at not only Apple, but streaming TV leaders Netflix and Amazon by also offering a package deal that includes Disney+, ESPN+ and Hulu with ads, for $12.99. Rex Crum, The Mercury News, "Apple+ streaming service could cost $9.99 per month, report says," 20 Aug. 2019 Machine Guns Vegas, which caters to gun novices with package deals tailored to specific demographics, is one of the oldest and best-known. Adam Weinstein, The New Republic, "Should Las Vegas’s machine-gun rental industry be the future liberals want for assault weapons?," 20 Apr. 2020 The initial offer, made in letter form and presented at City Council on Monday, represents a package deal that the university says is worth more than $150 million. Jennifer Van Grove, San Diego Union-Tribune, "SDSU offers to buy the Mission Valley stadium site for $68.2M," 14 Oct. 2019 The Houston insurance company and its CEO Arden Hetland were a package deal. Amanda Drane, Houston Chronicle, "Houston insurer American Financial & Automotive Services is sold," 6 May 2020 Here are the other primary specs: CPU and Graphics: Interestingly, CPU and GPU are a package deal in the Envy 17. Melissa Riofrio, PCWorld, "The HP Envy 15 leads a rebranded product line made for creators," 17 Apr. 2020 For many travelers looking to save money, booking through a third party site like Expedia, Priceline or Orbitz has become second nature, especially for those looking for last-minute travel or package deals. Tariro Mzezewa, New York Times, "Why Is Getting a Refund From an Online Travel Agency So Hard?," 3 Apr. 2020 Lawmakers came to terms on a stimulus package deal early Wednesday that provides $25 billion in grants to cover airline payrolls and $25 billion more in low-cost loans to protect against liquidity problems. Dallas News, "Parked jets and furloughs: Government aid paves way for airlines to shrink during COVID-19 crisis," 25 Mar. 2020

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First Known Use of package deal

circa 1948, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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The first known use of package deal was circa 1948

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“Package deal.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/package%20deal. Accessed 7 Aug. 2020.

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package deal

noun

English Language Learners Definition of package deal

: a group of people or things which must be accepted together

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