Definition of "tie-ins" []

  • To come or bring into a certain relationship; coordinate (verb)
  • A link, relationship, or coordination (noun)
  • Publicity material, a book, tape, etc, linked to a film or broadcast programme or series (noun)
  • A sale or advertisement offering products of which a purchaser must buy one or more in addition to his purchase (noun)
  • An item sold or advertised in this way, esp the extra item (noun)
  • (as modifier) (noun)
  • Plural form of tie-in. (noun) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016 : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "tie-ins" in a sentence
  • "Animated features such as A Town Called Panic, My Dog Tulip, or Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole have not been accompanied by the kind of spinoff marketing campaigns that include toys and tie-ins with fast-food restaurant chains."
  • "The kindling will be z-grade mass market paranormal romances, and the stake will be a composite log of pulped and pressed media tie-ins."
  • "Fans of the classics will appreciate the tie-ins to familiar series by Michael Moorcock, Glen Cook, and Robert Silverberg, plus a “fully authorized” Cugel the Clever cameo by Michael Shea."