extend by/with

MB

Senior Member
Polish
Say our offer includes 20 types of auto tires. We just found a new supplier that can provide us with 5 different types in the near future. How would announce that to our customers?

Our offer's just gotten extended by/with 5 new tire types.
 
  • Copyright

    Senior Member
    American English
    You extend an offer in terms of time, not in terms of products. So neither answer is correct. You might consider this: "We're adding 5 new types of tires to our offer, for a total of 25."

    Edit: Changing "tires" to "time" in the first sentence.
     
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    MB

    Senior Member
    Polish
    To tell you the pure truth, I don't quite hear what you're saying. In terms of tires, not products? Aren't tires products, too?

    Anyway, of course add to the offer works yet I'd already known that before starting the thread.
     

    Copyright

    Senior Member
    American English
    Sorry ... I meant in terms of "time." I got my four-letter words mixed up and will now go fix it. :)
    Anyway, of course add to the offer works yet I'd already known that before starting the thread.
    Oh, and my telepather is on the fritz.
     
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