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sweet deal

1. A beneficial business arrangement. The benefits package that the company offered proved to be a really sweet deal. It kept employees happy and helped retain top talent.
2. A purchase that one believes was a bargain. I got a sweet deal on these shoes—they were 75% off!
3. An exclamation indicating that is one pleased with something. Wow, they're giving away free pizza? Sweet deal!
See also: deal, sweet
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Named after the famed Filipino term for 'nurture,' the Aruga by Rockwell offers some sweet deals for the holidays.
We can expect a significant uptick in new product introductions along with plenty of sweet deals for buyers.
Celebrate Valentine's Day with ASUS sweet deals with ASUS Transformer Book T100 & X Series X102BA Notebooks.
Some even eye sweet deals which expats get at some companies.
To kick off the blog, Dairy Queen is offering Sweet Deals gift card to the first 250 bloggers to answer the question "What deal would you make with us to try our new Sweet Deals value menu?
TAPCO Credit Union offered its members sweet deals on its auto loan rates this Valentine's Day.
In two separate but equally sweet deals, the Paramount Group Inc.
Vons held secret meetings with the pharmacists and cut them sweet deals.
Sales have been trending up since we launched Sweet Deals and this survey supports the fact that people still like to treat themselves, but are taking the extra time to find the best value.
The Sweet Deals value proposition, differentiating it from competing low-priced offerings, is that it gives customers the freedom of choice, allowing them to mix and match nine menu items, choosing two for $3, three for $4 or four for $5.
Mismanagement, sweet deals to questionable companies without open bidding are examples of the fallacies of this statement.
Starting in March, Dairy Queen and digital agency space150 piloted Mobile Posse's idle screen advertising platform to promote its new Sweet Deals value menu.
WOODLAND HILLS - Thirty years ago, the Mogavero family offered sweet deals on used furniture - today, it's making the software so you can buy without leaving the home.
MINNEAPOLIS -- Dairy Queen([R]), the treat category leader and one of the leaders in the quick service restaurant (QSR) industry, has seen a five percent same-store sales increase for the first quarter behind the January launch and rollout of its new, everyday Sweet Deals value menu.
Sweet deals of up to 70 percent off were all Elmir Lutz and Debbie Kim needed to whip out the plastic.