offer

  

Definitions (2)

1.Voluntary but conditional promise submitted by a buyer or seller (offeror) to another (offeree) for acceptance, and which becomes legally enforceable if accepted by the offeree. An offer (unlike a solicitation) is a clear indication of the offeror's willingness to enter into an agreement under specified terms, and is made in a manner that a reasonable person would understand its acceptance will result in a binding contract. Offers normally include a closing date, otherwise a period of 30 days after the date of offer is commonly assumed.
See also bid and proposal.
2.Terms and conditions under which an offer is made, such as quantity, price, discounts, delivery date, shipping costs, etc.

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  • You should always start with a low offer at first and gradually work your way up to the real price you will offer.

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  • The offer was on the table so it was up to the vice president of sales Bob Jones to decide now.

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  • I've currently been at my job for 2 years. I stayed with this company hoping to move up the ladder. I do see potential but recently I got an offer from another company for not only more money but a more elite position. I am setting a meeting with my boss and asking them to match the offer or I will have to take the other job.

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