Here are some expressions commonly used in discussing offers and orders matters.
bargain offer - special offer bulk order - large order cancel an order - to put an end to an order, especially formally and with authority confirm an order - give approval to an order consignment - an arrangement resulting from a contract in which one person, the consignor, either ships or entrusts goods to another, the consignee, for sale counter offer - an offer made by someone who has rejected a prior offer favourable offer - offer which is not expensive firm offer - a binding written offer to buy or sell follow-up order - repeat order initial order - first-time order introductory offer - an offer serving as a base or starting point when a new product is launched mail order - a purchase negotiated by mail o.n.o. - or nearest offer; term commonly used with the price of a used or second-hand item offered for sale, to indicate that while the seller is open to price negotiations, he or she would not accept too low a price offer - a proposal to make and fulfil a contract or to bargain under proposed terms with another party that has the power to accept it upon receiving it offer subject to availability - available while stocks last order - a commercial document used to request someone to supply something in return for payment and providing specifications and quantities place an order - order something process an order - deal with an order receipt of order - the act of receiving an order rush order - an order which has to be processed in a very short time subject to prior sale - if two or more people order the same thing, the one which orders first gets the item. If for some reason they do not follow through with the purchase the second person will be contacted trial order - an order on approval
Now we put new vocabulary into context, so you can see how you might use these terms yourself. The expressions are in boldface in the text.
What’s on offer today? The range of goods on offer… / The selection of goods on offer… If you wish to place an order, please dial 2. We’d like to place a bulk order. We may charge a rush fee of … percent for certain jobs requiring a fast turnaround time or that involve work on a weekend or holiday. To order your 30-day free trial, simply complete the form below and click on the ´submit´ button. All orders require a purchase order number. These prices are available for only a short period while stocks last, so don’t delay. To purchase a work, or for more information, please phone toll free, 188-456-432 - all works are subject to prior sale. I have purchased this ticket for £32.84 and am selling it for £25 or the nearest offer. Our introductory offer is free! Just print out the certificate and bring it in. Form below outlines the information we will need to process your order.