Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts
1) add-ons, not part of the package, additional
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throw in additional extras
When something is an additional extra it usually signifies that it is part of a package deal or that something has been added to make a sale or purchase more attractive to the buyer: "This car comes complete with a full-service history and additional extras." "This outfit comes with shoes and a matching bag as additional extras." "The subscription comes with a sports and children's channel as additional extras." This expression is often used to advertise items that are associated with a product that comes as a set or that belong together.
Professional Examples (Basic)
For 12.99 a month, I can offer you the full package, and I'll even throw in a couple of additional extras.
I had to complain about the customer service in the hotel, but they upgraded my room and gave me a few additional extras as a way of apologizing.
Social Examples (Basic)
My insurance company offered me additional extras but I didn't think they were worth the money.
What kind of additional extras does this model have on the previous one?
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