Early Bargain

Early Bargain

A discount only available to the first several people who take advantage of it, or only until a certain, stated time. For example, a retail store may offer a 25% discount to everyone who makes a purchase before 11 a.m. Early bargains are associated with holiday sales such as Black Friday.
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And 22% revealed they were grabbing an early bargain.
The 'early bird' discount runs until January 24, 2016, offering fans the chance to snap up an early bargain for the race weekend.
But when Storm Eva took on shoppers looking for an early bargain in the Next sale, there was only going to be one winner.
Starting from 7pm on Thursday (Editor's note: December 24) until January 24, 2016, ticket prices will be reduced by up to 20%, offering fans the chance to snap up an early bargain for the race weekend.
But sales hunters may be able to grab themselves an early bargain as H&M are offering 25% off in store at Thursday's launch event.
A new attraction this year will be "Shopper's Day", a one-day-only incentive for early bargain hunters who can win spot cash prizes through the Scratch and Win Promotion from Dh500 to Dh2,000 while shopping for a minimum of Dh500 during the opening day.
So Felson's story ends not with Eddie emancipating himself from his early bargain with the Devil, but still fully entrenched in the deal--having identified with the aggressor, he now acts just like Gordon.
Hopefully a way around the problem can be found or I'll have to tear up my early bargain flight tickets
ACAROLINE SAYS: Like me, you obviously look out for trends when they hit the high street to get yourself an early bargain.
Retail sales in Arkansas have been disappointing, Shelnutt said, and as a result, stores may try to jump-start the holiday shopping season with early bargain pricing.
There also were a surprising number of shops and restaurants open, catering to the last-minute gift buyers, early bargain hunters and the hungry.