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twofer

slang Something that one is able to get for free upon purchasing another; a two-for-one item. A colloquial shortening of "two for." This store always has a bunch of twofers on really good brands. Here, do you want this? They were selling twofers the other day.

twofer

(ˈtufɚ)
n. an item that is selling two for the price of one. Here’s a good deal—a twofer—only $7.98. Everything in this store is a twofer. I only want one of these. Do I have to bring a friend who wants one, too?
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The NAStar patented TwoFer Shelf Tags are back-to-back shelf tags without a liner that use an alternating adhesive and release coated pattern.
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Meeting a greater number of the American Heart Association's seven ideal cardiovascular health components is a twofer: Not only is it associated with a reduced incidence of cardiovascular disease, it's also linked with a lower incidence of several major types of cancer.