dollar day

dol′lar day`


n.
a sale day on which some merchandise is reduced to one dollar or another low price.
[1945–50]
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Some of the out-of-town Dollar Day shoppers were Mrs.
Me and apl.de.ap (Will's best friend and Black Eyed Peas member) would have $10 to sort out our wardrobe, so we would go to the store on 'Dollar Day', which was Saturday, and we'd get there early because we didn't want to get scraps - and that's how I found my style.
Today money market funds are valued at 100 cents on the dollar day in and day out, representing an implicit guarantee to return those full funds to investors on demand.
The hotel has offered a Family Dollar Day Savings package including USD1 Parking, USD1 Breakfast and USD1 in-room movie; Get Up and Go, Go, Go Package with day passes for entrance to around 50 San Diego area attractions; and the Legoland Park and Sea Life Adventure Package which includes a minimum stay of two nights, complimentary parking, and two tickets to Legoland Park and Sea Life Aquarium.
Joan Myers Brown, artistic director of Philadanco, recently revived a fundraising strategy she first tried in 1991: 'Danco Dollar Day. The idea was to ask the Philadelphia area's six million residents for one dollar each, with the hope that many smaller contributions might be easier to obtain than a few large ones.
Like the $500 dollar car and the Five Dollar Day, this new idea was the first of its kind; unlike those two historic innovations, no other industrialists copied it.
(7.) On the history of auto workers, see Stephen Meyer, The Five Dollar Day (Albany, 1981), Joyce Shaw Peterson, American Automobile Workers, 1900-1933 (Albany, 1987), Henry Kraus, Heroes of Unwritten Story: The UAW 1934-1939 (Urbana, 1993), Nancy F.
Funding for this program is provided by the city and student donations through a program called Dollar Day. (Source: Youth Participation & Community Building, NLC Issues & Options, v4, n4 (May 1996) pg.
On "dollar day," the class celebrates with a party.
Compare this roster with a shirt bought on "dollar day" at the Salvation Army.