Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts

more bang for your buck

more bang for your buck
1) increased value with little or no change in cost/effort
  • How to MemorizePopularity LowProfessional MediumSocial
    • Black Friday sales give you more bang for your buck
  • Analysis
    A 'buck' is an American slang word for 'dollar'. To get 'more bang for your buck' is to get value or a good deal in exchange for your dollar. This is an informal phrase you might be likely to hear in advertising or in colloquial conversation. Similar in meaning to ‘make your money go further’, ‘value for money’ or ‘a bargain’.
  • Social Examples (Advance)
    1. By waiting for the 2-for-1 deal, we got more bang for our buck.
    2. If you want to get more bang for your buck, pick the expensive truffle mushrooms for your free topping.
  • Professional Examples (Basic)
    1. The business wanted to hire someone skilled in multiple disciplines so they would get more bang for their buck.
    2. Packaging some of our older products with our newest release will increase customer spending and give our customers more bang for their buck.
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