Rate Card


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Rate Card

A short document containing maximum advertising rates for magazines and other publications. Most advertisers actually pay less than the prices listed on the rate cards as publications prefer to sell as much space as possible.
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The law says that the rate card shall be on the door of a hotel, but it does not say that it shall be in Lithuanian.
The validity of last rate card which was effective upto 14.
The 31-year-old marketing manager, from Edinburgh, has an Intelligent Finance Flat Rate card which charges a long-term purchase and balance transfer rate of 8.
The HCC Giveaway provides 50 percent off its rate card and $50,000 in destination services for new bookings finalized by Dec.
9% on the Coop's platinum fixed rate card to 35% on Capital One's classic Visa and 49.
The procedure and the accreditation and accommodation forms, as well as the host broadcaster's rate card, can be downloaded from the website at: http://www.
WHEN Rachel Liddell wanted new plastic she chose Intelligent Finance's Flat Rate card - because it charged the same low rate of 8.
Then if you have balances on more than one card, consolidate the debt on the low rate card and pay off as much as you can.
If you can't pay the balance in full, shift the balance to a lower rate card like the GM card, which gives you an immediate 5% rebate for that kind of rollover new business.
The unsuspecting buyer in this space is often disillusioned by rate card pricing that, although not always adhered to, is often quoted by overzealous sales folks as gospel.
In Ayrshire The One Directory is 63% more cost effective than Yellow Pages at rate card prices.
com provides advice for would-be advertisers, including population and readership figures and rate card prices for all branches of the media.