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Hello all,

Let's say I'm advertising one of my product with the following as example:

Product's Package Features

- Free ..... (worth USD 100)

- Free ..... (worth USD 100)

- Free 90 ....(worth USD47)

- Free 150 ..... (worth USD 100)

* Terms and Conditions apply OR * Terms and Conditions applied

So,my question is, do I write "apply" or "applied" for the above example? For me, I personally think it's "applied". Please help me. Thanks a lot.
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"Terms and conditions apply" means terms and conditions are applicable. (The right one)

"Terms and conditions applied" can be either:

- past tense, meaning it applied once, now it no longer does (not what you should say); or

- passive form, short for "Terms and conditions are applied", which means terms and conditions are put into use (not quite the right way to say it, although it might make sense).

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Great it also helpful for me

am also confused between "Terms & Conditions Applied and Terms & Conditions Apply"

now I know the right one

thanks for knowledge

So,my question is, do I write "apply" or "applied" for the above example? For me, I personally think it's "applied".
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Starget1Hello all,
Let's say I'm advertising one of my product with the following as example:
Product's Package Features
- Free ..... (worth USD 100)
- Free ..... (worth USD 100)
- Free 90 ....(worth USD47)
- Free 150 ..... (worth USD 100)
* Terms and Conditions apply OR * Terms and Conditions applied
So,my question is, do I write "apply" or "applied" for the above example? For me, I personally think it's "applied". Please help me. Thanks a lot.
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