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proof-of-purchase

[proof-uh v-pur-chuh s] /ˈpruf əvˈpɜr tʃəs/
noun, plural proofs-of-purchase.
1.
a sales slip, label, box top, or other item associated with a product that is presentable as evidence of actual purchase, as for claiming a refund or rebate.
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Examples for proof-of-purchase
  • Dillard's requires a receipt or proof-of-purchase label and packaging on returns.
Contemporary definitions for proof-of-purchase
adjective

pertaining to a symbol or label on a product that can be removed by the buyer to prove purchase of a product in order to receive a rebate or refund

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