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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.
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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.
According to News.com.au, Apple store staff is currently being trained on the new trade-in programme while some sources claim that some stores in the US are already running a limited pilot programme.
Users wishing to get the most out of a trade-in need to be on the ball.
Her handbag contained three receipts normally given to trade-in customers for items which were not in stock, Teesside Crown Court heard.
Trade-ins that result in an improvement of 10 or more miles per gallon qualify for a $4,500 subsidy; those resulting in a four to 10 mpg improvement are eligible for $3,500.
As the population of Liebherr scrap handlers has grown, so has the number of units the company takes in as trade-ins. "Liebherr customers are very loyal, and as many of our customers update or upgrade their fleets, their used units enter the used equipment market." For many scrap processors opportunities--an opportunity to put scrap handling equipment to operations without having to acquire this equipment new.
They say that booming sales of new cars during the first quarter mean they are now awash with trade-ins that they are anxious to clear.
They say that booming sales of new cars during the first quarter means that they are now awash with trade-ins that they are anxious to clear.
The bank also warn that trade-ins are not always the best deal.
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Kids Can Free the Children is organizing war toy trade-ins at schools to send the message that, for millions of children, "war is not a game."
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