bogof


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bogof

an acronym for buy one, get one free

BOGOF

(ˈbɒɡɒf)
acronym for
(Commerce) buy one, get one free
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So, what a dilemma for a potential new owner - which of the BOGOF houses to call home?
The chain said punters can sign up for a BOGOF pint and get a chance to win free beer for a year using an app on a tablet or smartphone.
The Money Advice Service (MAS) found that three-quarters (76%) of people regularly spend more than they meant to in the supermarket due to special offers and bogof - or buy one get one free - multi-buy deals.
At last it looks as though the supermarkets have realised that we do not all want Iwo packs for the price of one, the famous BOGOF deal, so hopefully for most people needing less rather than more, we shall now reduce the amount of food waste.
This BOGOF offer could be a best opportunity to make your dwelling a better place to live in."
The BOGOF idea is imported from the US, where it started in the seventies during the economic recession.
Our Lucaya Beach and Golf Resort, a resort in Grand Bahama Island in the Bahamas, has offered a BOGOF sale for the Black Friday-Cyber Monday weekend.
The deals follow the "bogof" - buy one get one free - which drew criticism for adding to food wastage and the amount of packaging sent to landfill.
THE new Bogof coalition Government (buy one, get one free) is in haste to create mass unemployment, then to attack the unemployed.
Prices range from under pounds 50 to upwards of pounds 1,000, and there are also "Bogof" prices, more familiar on supermarket shelves than in the art world.
Punch introduced the Share Incentive Plan (SIP) last June to its 500 plus staff with a special BOGOF (buy one get one free) deal.