more bang for your buck

more bang for (one's)/the buck

Greater value for the amount of money one is spending. It isn't one of the most popular brands, but this high-definition TV will give you way more bang for your buck.
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more bang for your buck

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more bang for the buck

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If you get more bang for your buck or more bang for the buck, you get a bigger quantity or better quality of something for the same amount of money. While desktop computers still give you more bang for your buck, today's notebooks are capable of more than just basic office work. Companies are scrambling to find new ways of delivering more bang for the client's buck. Note: You can also say that someone gets a bigger bang for their buck or a bigger bang for the buck. I think it's very, very important for those governments to do whatever they can to get a bigger bang for the buck. Note: You can also say that someone gets little bang for the buck, when they get less than they expected for the amount of money they spent. The company is getting little bang for its buck.
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As many of the Northeastern cities become increasingly crowded with very little land space, the South is becoming especially attractive because of that old adage: "You get more bang for your buck." For about $350,000, you might purchase a small, two-bedroom condominium or co-op in a decent neighborhood up North.
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If Lay is right, you'll get a whole lot more bang for your buck with long bonds, or those that mature in 10 years or more.