a fair deal

fair deal

Just treatment; a fair chance (to do something). When Tara negotiated with the salesman for a new car, she was afraid she wasn't getting a fair deal because she was a woman. I'm not asking for special treatment, just give me a fair deal at the tryouts.
See also: deal, fair

a fair deal

equitable treatment.
See also: deal, fair
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School district A had already followed the competitive bidding process, and the modular provider had won the contract, so school district B was assured of a fair deal with the added benefit of avoiding the time and cost already expended by A to advertise for bids, await the deadline for submitting bids, review and evaluate all bids received, clarify terms, choose the winning bid, start the production process, and install and begin using classrooms.