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  • Ways to cut food waste could include replacing the "bogof" - buy one get one free - offers with half price offers, along with hints, tips and recipes to help consumers make the most of the cheap food.

    British Blogs

  • In other words we have a pensions "bogof", whereby the wealthy can buy one pension pound and get one free while the deal for standard-rate taxpayers is only five for the price of four.

    The Guardian World News

  • Tempted by greed and '' bogof '' deals - buy one, get one free - we buy more than we need, cook more than we can eat, then chuck out far more than we should.

    Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • Tempted by greed and '' bogof '' deals -- buy one, get one free -- we buy more than we need, cook more than we can eat, then chuck out far more than we should.

    Climate Ark Climate Change & Global Warming RSS Newsfeed

  • Its funny that when you get a bogof on apples the excess often goes to landfill, but I never hear of anyone throwing a 6 pack of beer in the bin.

    Coors boost for minimum pricing

  • The super-rich keep their pensions bogof, but there is now a limit on how many items they can take through the till.

    The Guardian World News

  • We can, for one thing, look out for "bogof later" offers.

    Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • Consumer campaign group Which? said that supermarkets were raising prices so they could then introduce eye-catching half-price or bogof offers, in breach of regulations.

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  • All bought since Thursday (the last 4 were part of the Relapse bogof offer)

    Drowned In Sound // Feed

  • That's reassuring but also horribly, horribly worrying when looked at objectively. up in camden for a while they were doing smack and crack speedballs. crack takes you up the smack makes for a mellow comedown. unfortunatly you can keep taking crack (while you have cash) most dealers stopped offering the bogof as even drug dealers value there customers This is Darwinism in its full effect!

    Army Rumour Service

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  • Exactly so. It is pronounced bog off rather than bog of. Echoes in fact of **** off, i.e. just about anything.

    June 16, 2008

  • When someone says "bogof" in Britain, don't people hear an echo of "bugger off"?

    June 16, 2008

  • A marketing technique 'buy one get one free' in use for hundreds of years by cobblers before the supermarkets plagiarised it. ;-)

    January 27, 2008