To buy again

See Againbuy.

See also: Buy

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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They might take a chunk out of your festival fashion budget, but buy once and you will never have to buy again.
5x as likely to buy again from, 7x as likely to try a new product from, 5x as likely to forgive and 4x as likely to refer a company that is high on customer empathy.
although there may be another chance to buy again in the future.
"If they come back to buy again, price matters a little, but trust remains their primary concern."
Because of consumers' enthusiasm for honest financing -- as evidenced by Affirm's +82 net promoter score (NPS) -- 25 percent return to buy again. And all with little risk for retailers because Affirm pays them in full at the time of settlement, and takes full responsibility for fraud and loan defaults.
Now McCormack is available to buy again but he has few options in the pipeline and his most likely escape route will be another late loan.
'It didn't take us long to convince them to buy again. We have residents who buy units for their children.
But now the ferry - that originally cost PS65m and first came on the Holyhead to Dun Laoghaire route in 1996 - is available to buy again.
HVAC equipment manufacturers are acquiring new customers, and getting existing customers to buy again, by adopting in-demand "smart" technologies and buy improving and promoting their products' energy efficiency.
The German has been instrumental in the club's early season success and Wenger has suggested that he may well look to buy again in January if the right player becomes available.