dig (deep) into (one's) pocket(s)

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dig (deep) into (one's) pocket(s)

To spend a lot of one's money. We had to dig deep into our pockets after our construction budget ballooned beyond what we had planned.
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The millionaire boss of the collapsed Christmas hamper firm should dig deep into his pocket.
He also has to dig deep into his pocket to raise the necessary cash and is currently selling his flat in Beetham Plaza in Liverpool to assist with funding.
Sir Jack has already pumped pounds 60m into his beloved club - but Miller wants the multi-millionaire to dig deep into his pocket again over the summer.
On the evidence of this display, Rangers will need Bernie Ecclestone to dig deep into his pockets after a consortium led by the Formula One chief had a pounds 25million takeover bid recommended by the board.
But the 44-year-old star is willing to dig deep into his pockets for the sake of 25-year-old model Nancy.
It's the fact that she made him dig deep into his pockets to really crawl.