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'Sunlover and GTA' appears in the same document. It's a heading and the next line says 'The industry average is a 30% discount on your (moteliers') standard rate.'


Can anyone figure out what 'Sunlover' and 'GTA' mean in the context? I also think 'a 30% discount on' should be 'a 30% discount off'.

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Sunlover - probably the travel company Sunlover Holidays.  I imagine GTA is something similar (perhaps this, but I've not heard of GTA before)  I would try and get verification from the client if possible.


30% discount on your standard rate is fine, and in fact I would prefer it over discount off.  Normally I would say:


30% off, or

A 30% discount on

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