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    Question Price: 10% off

    (Context: prices of products)

    Would I say the products are "off 10%" or "10% off"?

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    Re: Price: 10% off

    The products are 10% off.
    The products have 10% off.
    There's 10% off the products.
    There's a 10% reduction on the products.

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