‘[prijzen of] premies’ (as used in Artikel 1 of the Wet op de kansspelen, Wok)

English translation: premiums

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Dutch term or phrase:‘[prijzen of] premies’ (as used in Artikel 1 of the Wet op de kansspelen, Wok)
English translation:premiums

12:45 Mar 29, 2018
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Law/Patents - Law (general) / gambling law
Dutch term or phrase: ‘[prijzen of] premies’ (as used in Artikel 1 of the Wet op de kansspelen, Wok)
context: Wet op de kansspelen (Wok) = the Dutch Betting and Gaming Act

‘Prijzen’ (prizes) isn't the problem (which is why I stuck it in brackets); it's the term ‘premies’ I'm after, in this specific context.

I'm translating a bunch of docs on gambling law in the Netherlands and Europe, and am wondering what your take on this is.

There are several options here: bonus, gift, premium, reward, etc.

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Van Dale has the following for ‘premie’:

1. beloning:
premium
bonus, bounty, gratuity
(handel) (exchange) premium, stock discount

2. uitgelote extra prijs:
bonus (prize)
premium

3. geschenk:
(free) gift
bonus / premium / free offer

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JurLex has:

onder promotioneel kansspel wordt verstaan: het, bij wijze van promotie, geven van gelegenheid om mee te dingen naar PRIJZEN OF PREMIES, waarbij de aanwijzing van de winnaars geschiedt door enige kansbepaling waarop de deelnemers in het algemeen geen overwegende invloed kunnen uitoefenen
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'promotional game of chance' means: the granting, as a promotion, of an opportunity to compete for PRIZES OR GIFTS, in which the winners are determined by a random selection over which the participants cannot generally exercise a decisive influence

Aart therefore decided to go with premie = gift in this context. However, I have also seen decent looking translations online where this phrase was translated as ‘prizes or premiums’ and ‘prizes or bonuses’. Most of them seem to choose the former.

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Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Michael
Michael Beijer
United Kingdom
Local time: 04:04
premiums
Explanation:
In (direct) marketing a premium is a free gift given to a (potential) customer (1st web ref), in sales promotion it is a (collection of) gifts free with product purchase or redeemed by a token often included with the purchased product (2nd web ref).
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John Holloway
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Local time: 05:04
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premiums


Explanation:
In (direct) marketing a premium is a free gift given to a (potential) customer (1st web ref), in sales promotion it is a (collection of) gifts free with product purchase or redeemed by a token often included with the purchased product (2nd web ref).


    Reference: http://www.nonprofitpro.com/article/direct-mail-premiums-pro...
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Premium_(marketing)
John Holloway
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