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Face Value

A readily ascertainable amount of money determinable from the words of a written instrument alone without the aid of any other source.

The face value of an instrument such as a financial document is only the amount shown on it, without the inclusion of interest or fees customarily added or reference to its actual market value.

face value

n. in shares of stock, the original cost of the stock shown on the certificate, or "par value."

face value

(First blush), noun appearance, manifestation, semblance, visual impact

face value

(Price), noun price charged, quoted price, sum, total, worth
See also: cost, face amount, par, price
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It is therefore no surprise that data on the profitability of individual coupon drops are unavailable for studying the effect of coupon characteristics (such as face value and method of distribution) on the profitability of coupon promotion.
Coupon face value affects both the brand sales and the number of coupons redeemed.
Step 1: Investigates the impact of coupon face value on coupon redemptions;
Step 2: Investigates the impact of coupon face value on brand sales; and
A fraction of sales to the CP segment will be made with coupons, depending on factors like face value of the coupon, method of distribution and number of coupons distributed.
i] to capture the impact of face value on coupon redemption.
Sales to the CP segment is modeled as a function of price of the product and promotional variables such as the face value of coupons dropped.
We therefore do not anticipate the advertisement value to depend on the face value of the coupon.
The unit contribution from the coupon sales will be reduced by the face value of the coupon (and coupon handling costs).
We merged these two data bases to capture the details of the total number of units sold to the coupon prone segment, the number of units sold with coupons and the face value of the coupon.
i] = face value of the coupon dropped by the ith brand, and
On the other hand, the face value and frequency of coupon use are insignificantly related to the number of items bought.