From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishon offeron offera) BBavailable to be bought, chosen, or used Activities on offer include sailing, rowing, and canoeing. I was impressed with the designs on offer. b) British EnglishBBTCHEAP for sale for a short time at a cheaper price than usual Lean minced beef is on offer this week. → offer
Examples from the Corpuson offer• We were disappointed by the standard of hotels on offer.