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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Enjoy the work - and dig deep into your pocket for this worthy cause.
So, instead of moaning, F Ellis, go out and give these men and women a cheer and dig deep into your pocket for such a very worthy course.
But there's no need to dig deep into your pockets as we've found 24 deals to help your garden grow.
IT'S TIME to dig deep into your pockets once again as famous f aces take up physically demanding trials of endurance to raise money for a good cause.
It's time to pay a little more for those wonderful holidays; please dig deep into your pockets to help with disaster relief.
But unlike many other appeals we didn't just look for you to dig deep into your pockets.
A spokesperson for the Center for Responsive Politics, a non-partisan research group studying campaign finance, stated on 3 May: 'When your issue is about to hit centre stage, that's when you dig deep into your pockets and hire the best lobbyists you can find.
"I urge you to dig deep into your pockets to raise funds for this worthwhile cause and I hope you all have a great evening." Gascoigne, aged 38, has been plagued with controversy since he was sacked from Kettering amid claims he was drunk on the job.