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on offer

1. Available, as for purchase or acquisition. We have a wide range of craft beers on offer, including some from our own in-house microbrewery. There's a car on offer down the road for only $2,000.
2. Offered at a discounted price for a certain, limited period of time. Primarily heard in UK, Ireland. This weekend only, we've got a huge range of appliance and electronics on offer. I saw in the paper that the grocery store has slow cookers on offer—maybe we should go pick one up.
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on ˈoffer


1 that can be bought, used, etc: The following is a list of courses currently on offer.Prizes worth more than $20 000 are on offer to the winner.
2 (especially British English) on sale at a lower price than normal for a short period of time: Italian coffee is on (special) offer this week.
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