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Hello!

is it correct the sentence:

"the offer has a validity of 14 days" ?? or could I say " the validity of the offer will expire in 14 days" ?or "the offer expires in 14 days" ?

Thanks

PAMELA
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If the offer has not expired, how can the validity of the offer expire?

"The offer expires in 14 days" is fine, there is no need to stress the validity of the offer.

"The offer has a validity of 14 days." is fine but frankly it is more concise to say the offer (will) lasts 14 days.
Hi Pamela,

there are two possible options here. Either you could say, "the offer is only valid for the next 14 days"; "this offer is valid until 30/08/2011", or as you quite rightly suggested, "the/this offer expires in 14 days".

Hope that helps.

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Thanks for the replies!

Everything was of help!

Best Regards

Pamela

This offer is valid for 30 days from the date of the Sales Quote.