can't say fairer than that

can't say fairer than that

Cannot offer or propose a better deal. This offer includes a 20 percent discount, and I've waived all the fees. I can't say fairer than that. I'll even drive you there. You can't say fairer than that, can you?
See also: fairer, say, that

you can’t say ˈfairer (than ˈthat)

(British English, spoken) used to say that you think the offer you are making is reasonable or generous: Look, I’ll give you £100 for it. You can’t say fairer than that.
See also: fairer, say
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Jarndyce can't say fairer than that, you understand," observed Mr.
I can't say fairer than that. They must take us all, if none of us will go without the others.
All formats of the single feature previously unreleased B-sides and you can't say fairer than that.
Why, Stan even offered to arrange his own Queen Mum tribute last year-and you can't say fairer than that.
It hasn't made me a profit yet but I've definitely lost less than I would normally and you can't say fairer than that.
And she can't say fairer than that. Especially when she stands to win pounds 20,000.
We can't say fairer than that. All you need do is call or go online with your details.
I think we all have a responsibility and I can't say fairer than that."
"I prefer to think of it as extreme liking." Can't say fairer than that.
You can't say fairer than that. Building a high-tech economy?
You'd be better off listening to your MP3 player." Can't say fairer than that..
Now you can't say fairer than that. Particularly when it works for both men and women.
Can't say fairer than that. So, if you want one ...
Even stunt men and racing drivers turn up for a chance to hone their skills - can't say fairer than that.
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