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trading stamp

n.
A stamp given by a retailer to a buyer for a purchase of a specified amount and intended to be redeemed in quantity for merchandise.

trading stamp

n
(Historical Terms) (esp formerly) a stamp of stated value given by some retail organizations to customers, according to the value of their purchases and redeemable for articles offered on a premium list

trad′ing stamp`


n.
a stamp given as a premium to a customer, specified quantities of these stamps being exchangeable for various articles.
[1895–1900, Amer.]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.trading stamp - a token resembling a stamp given by a retailer to a buyertrading stamp - a token resembling a stamp given by a retailer to a buyer; the token is redeemable for articles on a special list
token, item - an individual instance of a type of symbol; "the word`error' contains three tokens of `r'"
Translations

trading stamp

nbollino premio
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451-4(a)(1) provides an exception to the all-events test for taxpayers that issue trading stamps or premium coupons redeemable by the taxpayer in merchandise, cash, or other property.
Many German stores at the time had me had trading stamps redeemable for goods at the end of the year, but Theo said: "Customers want cheapness all year round.
So what began so simply with trading stamps grew to reach today's structured rewards programs like Payback which has tie-ups with multiple retailers and chains of stores spread across countries.
It's set in 1965 and she plays the sister of a housewife who has won a million trading stamps and has invited family, friends and neighbours to help her stick them into the collecting booklet, setting the scene for an evening of gossip, banter and the settling of old scores and the state of the world.
The term "estimated future redemptions" means the number of trading stamps or coupons outstanding as of the end of such year that the taxpayer reasonably estimates will ultimately be presented for redemption.
IT WAS 1962 and trading stamps had been slowly infiltrating the British market since 1958 - but the controversy over gift stamps was about to explode on the North East shopping scene.
Trading stamps proved to be right for the times and swept the nation in a wave of dramatic growth.
EVEN WHEN he was making replicas of s &H trading stamps, Andy Warhol (1928-1987) never worked small, so it's fitting that Phaidon Press has produced Andy Warhol "GIANT" Size, a stunning, massive compendium of more than 2,000 images of the Pittsburgh native's art and life (the tome is 17-inches by 13-inches and weighs a hefty 15 pounds).
Edward Stanley Gibbons began trading stamps from a small desk in his father's chemist shop in Plymouth in 1856, 16 years after the world's first postage stamp, the Penny Black, was issued.
That's until the ever-entrepreneurial company introduced trading stamps.
Just about out of nowhere, a gallon of gas now goes for two bucks and they don't even throw in trading stamps anymore.
He became Minnesota's first billionaire, through Gold Bond trading stamps, building his startup, the Carlson Cos.