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  • Simon Empson, managing director, said he was planning to offer more "Bogof" deals in the future.

    British Blogs

  • Shelves and aisles are awash with signposts, labels and stickers telling us how we can save as we spend: "Buy one get one free" the Bogof; "New lower price"; "Essential savings"; "Any two for £3", and pound signs with pairs of scissors cutting through them are everywhere.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • Bogof: Tesco's new buy one get one free offer goes some way to reducing food wastage

    This is Money | Home

  • The manager himself admits that it is "surprising" how quickly his latest capture has settled in, and "crazy" that Arsenal should be benefiting from such a Bogof: buy a stopper centre-half, get a leading scorer free.

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

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