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presale

[ pree-seyl ]
/ ˈpriˌseɪl /
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noun
a sale held in advance of an advertised sale, as for select customers.
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British Dictionary definitions for presale

presale
/ (ˈpriːseɪl) /

noun
the practice of arranging the sale of a product before it is available
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