Discount period

Discount period

The period during which a customer can deduct the discount from the net amount of the bill when making payment.

Discount Period

The period of time between the date a bill of exchange is drawn and the date on which payment is due.
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According to Al Bayan, the initiative increased the discount period to 51 days, as it began on March 1 as a part of the 13th Gulf Consumer Protection Day.
While the Moto G5 and G5 Plus have received outright price cuts during the discount period, the Moto G5S and Moto G5S Plus have received further discounts on exchange of old smartphones while purchasing the devices.
COVENTRY City have now ended their Early Bird discount period after selling around 3,200 season tickets for their upcoming League Two campaign.
They will also have to make it clear to the consumer exactly how long the contract will last and how much they will be charged at the end of any initial discount period.
Payment and/or commencement of a discount period will not be made until all discrepancies are corrected and the unit(s) have been re-inspected and accepted.
According to council documents in 2014/2015, there were about 23,500 properties which qualified for a discount period of up to two months.
The fine discount period has been extended until January 2, 2016, Lieutenant Colonel Saeed Obaid Bin Aran, director of the traffic department at Umm Al Quwain Police said.
The discount period starts from July 26 and runs to September 24, 2015.
I purchased two tickets during the discount period, which gives access to the Pitbull concert, but I don't want them now," said another.
The council has decided to extend the PS2 early bird discount period for another two weeks until February 14, and think they're ahead of the curve.
Customers are encouraged to try out as many organic products as they can during the discount period.
Also yesterday, parliament fast-tracked an item of legislation that extends the discount period for Immovable Property Tax.