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- ‘This will spare you the cost of resizing the opening, and still give you a lot of bang for your buck.’
- ‘Each of these featurettes lasts around a half-hour, so you know you're getting a lot of film bang for your buck.’
- ‘Granted, this only covers four days, but I think I got a lot of movie bang for my buck.’
- ‘Fortunately, our customers will benefit from getting a lot of bang for their buck when they upgrade.’
- ‘So they might as well try to get a lot of bang for their buck and sell it while they can.’
- ‘There's a lot of bang for your buck with this disc.’
- ‘But with this much firepower, you expect a lot more bang for your buck.’
- ‘Your entire body is involved in each move, so you're getting a lot more bang for your buck.’
- ‘While many tech execs are moping, corporations get a lot more bang for their buck.’
- ‘Thanks to cutthroat competition and continued innovation in the tech industry, corporate buyers are finding that they can get more bang for their buck when they do decide to put their money to work.’
- ‘Meanwhile, we shouldn't be too harsh on our governments, which want to spend the taxpayers' money to, in this case, ensure less bang for their buck.’
- ‘Yeah, so you don't actually get a lot of bang for your buck as far as jokes out of the time we spend together.’
- ‘Given that films at the Bloomsbury Theatre only cost £2.50, I can certainly say I got a lot of bang for my buck.’
- ‘One of the reasons is because you get a lot of bang for your buck with their products.’
- ‘To me, short films are the best value and most bang for your buck.’
- ‘Season Four certainly didn't lack for drama or surprise, and Fox really delivers a lot of bang for your buck with the extras this time around.’
- ‘Cruises still offer a lot of bang for your buck, and with specials as low as $300 or $400 per person, many travelers can save with a sea vacation.’
- ‘However, according to Fisher, ‘You may spend more money but you'll get more bang for your buck.’’
- ‘A lot of companies can get a lot of bang for their buck out of the investment.’
- ‘They spend more money, they're getting less bang for their buck and this is an opportunity for them to associate with the show on many levels.’
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