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A package containing a number of similar or identical products sold at a discount compared to the price when bought separately.
- ‘A similar instant-win game running across 4.5 million multipacks offers 22,000 different prizes, ranging in value from $3 to $90.’
- ‘Other products include extended-shelf-life and aseptic products in single-serve containers sold at convenience stores and multipacks at club stores.’
- ‘Premium brand manufacturers also had to be price competitive offering more buy-one/get-one free deals and other multipack offers.’
- ‘The calcium-enhanced yogurts, available nationally in mid-June, are sold in six-cup multipacks and are offered in several flavor combinations.’
- ‘Another volume leader are new grocery multipacks with double-digit sales increases.’
- ‘Many Spanish families will have a ham on the go in the same way crasser Northern European families might have a family multipack of crisps.’
- ‘For both components, consumers win by spotting a specially labeled can or bottle in 12-packs and larger multipacks.’
- ‘Other forms of tobacco advertising included multipack discounts and tobacco branded items such as shopping carts, counter mats, and cigarette vending machines.’
- ‘When the company first introduced its Lowfat Yogurt for kids three years ago, it was packaged in quarts, even though competitors offered yogurt in small, convenient multipacks.’
- ‘But as children get older, the energy-sapping effect of the flickering screen insulates them in their own private world, leaving them only just enough energy to channel-hop or open that multipack of crisps.’
- ‘It produced multipacks of the chocolate bars.’
- ‘Son has proved he can eat a multipack of chocolate biscuits leaving Dad upset because there were none left for him.’
- ‘And could it do so without cutting into consumers' normal buying behavior of single and multipacks?’
- ‘I can get 25 points and a multipack of dairy milk bars.’
- ‘Feel things may be getting excessive when a multipack of batteries doesn't even come close to filling your toys.’
- ‘For example, kids' juice is available in a multipack of six 8-ounce cartons.’
- ‘As there are regularly special offers, vast multipacks and other confusing permutations on display, sometimes the only way to get the best possible deal is to take a calculator.’
- ‘Ike came back in, clutching a six-pack of beer and a multipack of chips.’
- ‘They sell the teensy bags you get in supermarket multipacks at full price.’
- ‘The company randomly inserted 17 million blue sachets into individual and multipacks of crisps.’
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