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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Whereas, with an iPhone, you have to dig into your pocket or handbag.
And if an owner needs an immediate inspection on the building, she said, "you have to go and dig into your pocket for $300 for code enforcement to get your violations dismissed.
It makes it easier for those with an iPhone to check quickly, without having to dig into your pocket or handbag.
If raising money for the A-T Society - A-T is a rare neurodegenerative and progressive condition which starts in early childhood causing severe disability and premature death - wasn't enough of an incentive to dig into your pockets, an hour or so in the company of the infinitely likeable singer most certainly was.
DIG into your pockets to help the refugees' suffering.