What is another word for rebates?

Pronunciation: [ɹˈiːbe͡ɪts] (IPA)

Rebates refer to the amount of money returned or refunded to a customer after the purchase of a product or service. There are various synonyms for the term rebates, which are commonly used in different contexts. Some of the popular synonyms for rebates include cashback, refund, discount, kickback, incentive, and payback. The term cashback is commonly associated with credit cards, where customers receive a percentage of their purchase back in the form of cash. Refund, on the other hand, applies to returns and exchanges of products. Discounts and kickbacks are also similar to rebates, and they refer to reduced prices or money given back after a purchase. Incentives and paybacks can also be used interchangeably with rebates, as they both imply a form of financial reward for a specific activity.

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Usage examples for Rebates

Granting of passes was prohibited to other than railroad employees, and granting of rebates was forbidden.
"History of the United States, Volume 6 (of 6)"
E. Benjamin Andrews
The wisest statesmen and publicists differ sharply concerning the effect of bounties and special governmental favors, like tariffs and rebates, upon the favored industry, and so, as long as the fishing bounty was continued, its needfulness was sharply questioned by one school, while ever since its withdrawal the opposing school has ascribed to that act all the later ills of the industry.
"American Merchant Ships and Sailors"
Willis J. Abbot
For a fellow who had devoted the last seven years of his life to grades and fuel and rebates and pay-rolls, I don't think that was bad.
"The Great K. & A. Robbery"
Paul Liechester Ford

Famous quotes with Rebates

  • In the deregulated realm of US banking and finance, crime does occasionally pay for its foul deeds, not in prison time but by making modest rebates to the victims.
    William Greider
  • I think they got caught up in how much money they could get from each of the city governments as far as tax rebates. But that stuff works when you make money. It's a little bit phantom money.
    David Neeleman

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