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    #1

    have a sale on?

    Could you please let me know what that phrase means in sentences? For example: I'm having a sale on specialty tea. Does it mean 'I have some specialty tea for sale'? or 'I am making a discount on some specialty tea'?Thank you very much!
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    Re: have a sale on?

    I'm having a sale on specialty tea.

    It means "I am selling specialty tea at a discounted price".

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    #3

    Re: have a sale on?

    ...or in BrE 'speciality tea'.

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