Trade in

Trade in,

Definition of Trade in:

  1. Sales promotion technique in which the buyers are offered a fixed discount (called trade-in allowance) on the price of a new model or item in exchange for a older model or item.

Synonyms of Trade in

Bargain, Barter, Be in, Blind bargain, Buy and sell, Carry, Change, Deal, Deal in, Dicker, Do business, Exchange, Give in exchange, Handle, Hard bargain, Horse trade, Horse-trade, Interchange, Job, Market, Merchandise, Retail, Sell, Swap, Swap horses, Switch, Take in exchange, Trade, Trade off, Trade sight unseen, Traffic, Traffic in, Truck, Wholesale

How to use Trade in in a sentence?

  1. You should see if you can get a trade in whenever you want to upgrade your old machinery to get a discount on the new.
  2. Mary went to buy a car knowing she had to replace her old one with 200,000 miles on it. She found a new car that she liked and asked the salesperson what discount her old car might be worth to trade in and apply for her new car.
  3. The trade in value for my old truck was abyssal. The money I got from it barely helped me put a down payment on the newer model I had my eye on.

Meaning of Trade in & Trade in Definition