concession close

/kən'seʃ(ə)n kləυz/ noun
the act of offering a concession to a potential buyer in order to close a sale
The trainee sales reps were told to resort to concession closes only when meeting with strong sales resistance.
A full morning’s bargaining finally ended with a concession close.

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