luckily for you

luckily for you

Used at the beginning or end of a clause to highlight some fortunate event or occurrence that benefits the person to whom one is speaking, especially when it means that they will avoid some negative outcome. A: "Oh, shoot! I forgot to bring my pencil case to the exam!" B: "Well, luckily for you, I brought several pencils with me, so you can borrow one." A: "Hi there, I'm here to check in to the flight to Paris." B: "Sir, you are nearly an hour late. However, there has been a lengthy delay in the flight's departure, luckily for you, so you should still be able to make it."
References in classic literature ?
But there--you're not a Spicer, young man; luckily for you and for May.
Luckily for you, the Museum of Modern Art in New York City has launched Red Studio, a for-teens/by-teens website for the add-inspired.