seal the deal

seal the deal

To solidify, finalize, or decide upon an agreement or the terms thereof. I wasn't convinced at first, but it sealed the deal when he offered to include a 10-year warranty for free. We both benefit from this arrangement, so let's quit stalling and seal the deal!
See also: deal, seal
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Celtic are likely to go to PS1m and throw in players on loan - including Jack Hendry - to seal the deal.
Zaev earlier promised to muster the two-thirds majority among the 120 lawmakers to seal the deal. There have already been two votes in the process.
A Waller County grand jury chose not to indict anyone in the death of Sandra Bland, and Ted Cruz seeks to seal the deal with voters in the South.
Kinshasa and Congo's M23 rebels failed to seal the deal after squabbles over what it should be called - the insurgents were ready to sign a peace agreement but Congo wanted to call it a declaration that reflected the rebels' military defeat.
How People, Not Technology, Seal the Deal", Joanne Black draws upon her many years of experience and expertise with respect to 'referral selling' and details why anyone involved in sales, regardless of the product or service being marketed, should be tweeting less and talking more to the customers and contacts who really matter.
The original deadline for Masraf to seal the deal was 10 December, which has now been extending to 7 January, reports Reuters.
Prime Minister David Cameron, who is travelling to Paris for talks with President Nicolas Sarkozy to seal the deal, said today's agreements were "just the beginning" of investment which the Government believes could be worth pounds 60bn and create 30,000 jobs.
(In the picture) Amos Shiyuka, executive director of MobiPay and Konrad Swiegers, manager of Woermann Brock seal the deal. (Photograph by Lorato Khobetsi)
They encouraged A-Dec to get involved and really helped us seal the deal."
And Stoke boss Tony Pulis has managed to quickly seal the deal, with Jones - who had a short spell on loan at the Britannia Stadium in 2005 - signing a four-year deal.
The 28-year-old German international met new Hammers boss Avram Grant and negotiations to seal the deal ahead of growing competition for his signature were held in London on Friday.
The Conservative candidate, on the other hand, knows that she would be expected to seal the deal. Secondly, it does seem rather opportunistic for our sitting Lib Dem MP to claim that whenever dualling work has been done on the A1 it is down to him, but whenever the diggers are missing it is the fault of the national government.
Our job here and now is to seal the deal, a deal in our common interest."
The All Blacks got within four points of their opponents, who led 17-3 early in the second half, but Jaque Fourie went over eight minutes from time for the Springboks to seal the deal.
"The building's superior infrastructure helped seal the deal, making 61 Broadway the ideal location for both CSG Financial and Jill Miller and Associates, PC, to continue to grow."