NRS 590.180
Phraseology indicating reduced price.


No person offering for sale or selling any motor vehicle fuel in the State of Nevada may post or display a sign or statement or other advertising medium reading, in substance, “save” a designated amount, or a designated amount per unit of measure, such as “save 5 cents” or “save 5 cents per gallon,” or using the expression “off” a designated amount, such as “5 cents off” or “5 cents less,” or “discount” of a given amount, such as “5-cent discount,” or otherwise using the words “save,” “off,” “discount,” “wholesale,” “below,” or any of them, or a word or words of similar meaning or other phraseology indicating a reduced price, unless there is posted and displayed in letters of equal size and as part of the same sign, statement or other advertising medium the total price, including all taxes, at which motor vehicle fuel is being sold or offered for sale, designating the price for each brand name or grade of motor vehicle fuel being sold or offered for sale.


The size of the letters, words, figures or numerals used to indicate the total price per unit of measure, including all taxes, must be of a size as provided under the provisions of NRS 590.200.

Source: Section 590.180 — Phraseology indicating reduced price., https://www.­leg.­state.­nv.­us/NRS/NRS-590.­html#NRS590Sec180.

Last Updated

Jun. 24, 2021

§ 590.180’s source at nv​.us