presale

[pree-seyl]
noun
a sale held in advance of an advertised sale, as for select customers.

Origin:
pre- + sale

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presale (ˈpriːseɪl)
 
n
the practice of arranging the sale of a product before it is available

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Example sentences
Presale estimates of values were based on adjusted comparable sales.
Perform a presale inspection on all new school buses and human service vehicles to insure compliance with all state regulations.
Your presale offer to lease is your consent to the terms and conditions of the lease, including any additional stipulations.
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