predeal
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predeal (not comparable)
 Before a deal.
 1967, Patrick J. Robinson, James C. Becknell, Promotional decisions using mathematical models
 If the predeal purchase probability for a specific type of deal is generally low, relative to that for other deals, then we may conclude that a relatively high proportion of "new triers" are buying this type of deal.

2009 June 26, “K.K.R. Valuation Returns to Earth”, in New York Times^{[1]}:
 Last year, K.K.R. hinted at a market cap in its predeal form of up to $15 billion, when about twothirds that size seemed more reasonable.
 1967, Patrick J. Robinson, James C. Becknell, Promotional decisions using mathematical models