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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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Yes, featuring the double life of the twofers, this seemingly sororophobic novel also grapples with the future of race, class, and gender in general.
Twofer Rules for all Categories is in effect for the Next Generation Membership Drive
The dances for Gold and his two business partners, a real Broadway trio, should be wittier, more inventive, with more of those twofers.
They're called twofers (buy two and pay for one) even if it's not half-price.
And grabbing their share of the box-office green will be the animated/superhero twofers "The Incredibles 2" (Disney/Pixar) and Sony/Columbia's "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse," as well as WB's "Teen Titans Go
IT'S not only toiletries and food that are offered as BOGOFS or TWOFERS, - many household retailers are following suit.
There'll be family twofers and specials before the archdiocese can count on the money as an endowment.