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trade-in

an allowance made by a supplier to a customer against the price of a good when the customer simultaneously trades in an older version of the good. As such, trade-ins are a form of price DISCOUNT offered to customers to induce them to buy.

trade-in

The practice of a developer purchasing a buyer's existing home in order to facilitate purchase of one in the developer's new subdivision. Industry groups have asked the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for exemption of the practice from the FHA antiflipping regulations that deny FHA insurance if a house is purchased and then resold within 90 days,but HUD has been resistant to the idea.

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The trade-in price changes have also affected other Apple devices such as tablets, computers and (https://www.ibtimes.com/airpods-tip-how-check-battery-life-apple-watch-iphone-2791788) smartwatches , which had their trade-in prices lowered as well.
Meanwhile, Apple CEO Tim Cook didn't dispel the rumours and said that he was not opposed to the in-store trade-ins idea.
Apple's iPad accounts for 76 percent of the site's tablet trade-ins. See also: Apple loses tablet market share to Android.
Letting go of any car is an emotional experience one in 10 people said the emotions were the hardest part of their last trade-ins. But like a relationship ending, its also an opportunity for an upgrade and something better will roll along.
Another issue to be aware of is to insure the dealership is using the proper data to evaluate the MPG rating for your trade-in.
Unique turnkey opportunity specializing in selling pre-owned Apple[R] products, selling accessories, making repairs, taking trade-ins, and selling software and system updates.
This award recognizes the salesman with the most 2015 TK HDD guidance system conversions (trade-ins).
So few were registered in the black days of 2008-9 that supply of four-year-old trade-ins is going to be a problem.
Fortunately a supply of "police trade-ins" shows up every now and then.
"However, we are likely to see a decline in the availability of used cars due to the increase in demand and the lack of trade-ins as fewer customers buy new cars."
I would strongly encourage you to look at police trade-ins. There are huge numbers of police organizations both here in the U.S.