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twofer

(ˈtufɚ)
n. an item that is selling two for the price of one. Here’s a good deal—a twofer—only $7.98. Everything in this store is a twofer. I only want one of these. Do I have to bring a friend who wants one, too?
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The dances for Gold and his two business partners, a real Broadway trio, should be wittier, more inventive, with more of those twofers.
99) assesses the huge and growing range of mid-priced, bargain and super-bargain classical CDs, including the Doubles, Duos and Twofers (two CDs for the price of one).
They're called twofers (buy two and pay for one) even if it's not half-price.
rated the "most consistent source of twofers for business and first
IT'S not only toiletries and food that are offered as BOGOFS or TWOFERS, - many household retailers are following suit.