presale


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pre·sale

 (prē′sāl′)
n.
1. The period before something, such as a work of art, is available for sale to the public.
2. An exclusive or private sale held before an advertised sale.

presale

(ˈpriːseɪl)
n
(Commerce) the practice of arranging the sale of a product before it is available
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The money is held in escrow and, as with other presale arrangements, is returned to the contract holders if the condo doesn't get built.
Ticket presale starts FRIDAY, APRIL 8 at 10:00 am (EST).
Compared to previous years, 2004's tax lien sale was one of the smallest ever, due in part to efforts by the New York City Department of Finance to increase debtor awareness and collect during the presale period.
According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics bulletin, Presale Firearm Checks by Don Manson and Gene Lauver, presale background checks on potential handgun buyers required by the Brady Handgun Violence Act have stymied more than 186,000 illegal over-the-counter gun sales during the first 28 months.
338(h)(10) without generating a tax on a presale intracorporate restructuring.
CHICAGO -- Fitch has issued a presale report on C-BASS CBO XVIII Ltd.
NEW YORK -- Fitch Ratings has issued a presale report on GCO Education Loan Funding Master Trust II, Series 2007-1.
The Witch's "hourglass" and the Cowardly Lion's "tail" from the 1939 classic, "The Wizard of Oz," presale estimates: $10,000-20,000 and $10,000-15,000, respectively;
NEW YORK -- Fitch has issued a presale report on Emporia Preferred Funding III, Ltd.
CHICAGO -- Derivative Fitch has issued a presale report on Regent Street Finance Limited.
NEW YORK -- Derivative Fitch has issued a presale report on Nautilus RMBS CDO IV, Ltd.