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If you’re feeling generous and you’re offering money off something, is that a discount on or a discount off the usual price? This was recently the subject of much heated debate here at Emphasis HQ. Sides were taken, teeth bared and battle lines drawn, with both sides certain they were right. ‘Of course it’s “discount off“!’ […]
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