Do You Use An Expression A 30 Percent Sale?

A: How much is it?
B: It is $80 after a 30 percent sale.
can I use a sentence like B?
or should I only say a 30 percent discount(off)?

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One Response to “Do You Use An Expression A 30 Percent Sale?”

  1. Lucy says:

    No, “a 30% sale” doesn’t sound right. I can see why you’re struggling with it though, because it’s often said in quite a colloquial way (so not always grammatically correct).
    Try something like this:
    It is $80 after 30% off.
    With 30% off, it is $80.
    It is $80, including 30% off in the sale.
    The sale price, with 30% off, is $80.
    The discounted price, with 30% off, is $80.
    The 30% sale price is $80.
    It is $80. That includes 30% off.

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