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German to English translations [PRO] Bus/Financial - Retail / Discount types
German term or phrase:Bonrabatt
I can't really give a whole lot of context here, as this term appears in a flow chart about discounts. All that I can say is that it appears in brackets after "Kundenrabatt": "Kundenrabatt (Bonrabatt)". And all that my research has told me is that it is different from an "Artikelrabatt", and more similar to but not quite the same thing as a "Kundenrabatt". Any ideas? :-)
Sorry to close without grading - I am grateful to all of you for your help. :-) Going by Danuta's contribution, I think "Bonrabatt" must mean something like "full receipt discount": it would seem that the "Bon" of "Bonrabatt" refers to "Kassenbon". My worry about "voucher discount" is that vouchers can be used for discounts on individual items as well as full receipts.
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Explanation: I would imagine that this is a voucher discount (a customer receives a 5€ discount off purchases or a specific item when presenting a voucher), whereas the Artikelrabatt is a discount that applies on a particular item (for example 5€ off a certain pair of trousers).
Both provide the customer with a discount, but the Bonrabatt would be upon presentation of a voucher or coupon.
Hope that helps.
Sarah Bessioud Germany Local time: 08:18 Works in field Native speaker of: English
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Reference information: Bon-Rabatt in %
Es kann auf den aktuell bearbeiteten Kassenbon ein prozentualer Gesamtrabatt, d.h. auf alle Positionen gewährt werden. Ein Beispiel hierfür
wäre eine Reduzierung des gesamten Beleges, d.h. jeder Artikel anteilig,
um 3 %.
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