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trial offer UK US noun [C] MARKETING
the opportunity to buy or use a product or service free or at a reduced price for a particular period of time in order to encourage customers to buy it: »

They launched the service last month with a special trial offer that gives customers free access to the internet for six months.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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