Origin of coupon
Related formscou·pon·less, adjective
Examples from the Web for coupon
And tipped on the value of the coupon, enraging watiers and masseuses.
All three companies lost money the month they offered the coupon and will have difficulty earning it back.
Coupon gifting, though, has become the true art form of this holiday season.
Read: everyone, not just her audience members, but anyone who could download a coupon from her website to redeem at KFC.
I grew up in a coupon clipping, thrift store-shopping household.Aloe Toilet Paper and Other Corners You Shouldn't Cut|Jessi Klein|October 20, 2008|DAILY BEAST
The coupon will be detached by the ticket-taker at the entrance and returned to the ticket-holder.H. R.|Edwin Lefevre
Mail the Coupon before it's too late to protect yourself against the chances of fate picking you out as its next victim.
It's identified by the department number which is shown as—now, if I can read this—shown as Department 358 on the coupon.
Can you just give us one or more of the magazines in which this coupon might have been taken?
"Your money is no good," he said, showing the coupon, but apparently determined not to give it back.The Forged Coupon and Other Stories|Leo Tolstoy
British Dictionary definitions for coupon
- a detachable part of a ticket or advertisement entitling the holder to a discount, free gift, etc
- a detachable slip usable as a commercial order form
- a voucher given away with certain goods, a certain number of which are exchangeable for goods offered by the manufacturers