0% discount

a label businesses in some countries have put up prominently on their premises as a sign that they promote ethical marketing—no gimmicky promotional sales or artificial discounts to lure gullible customers.
instead of marketing gimmicks like “35% discount + extra 10% for card members” and “spend $299+ and get $50 off,” ethical consumers ought to demand that retailers be part of the 0% discount campaign.

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