One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Used in reference to something that is well worth the money spent on it.‘this camera is really good value for money’
- ‘It is about keeping the fans entertained and giving them value for money.’
- ‘This four-star hotel represents both good value for money and a unique concept.’
- ‘Projects had to be sustainable, give value for money and demonstrate how the public would benefit.’
- ‘Sixty-three percent thought that budget airlines offered very good value for money.’
- ‘It's all down to customer service, fast response, attention to detail and value for money.’
- ‘We have always offered customers good value for money and have been content with reasonable margins.’
- ‘He said when the school had managed projects internally they had achieved much better value for money.’
- ‘The project ranked four projects as representing very good value for money.’
- ‘I can assure people that value for money and high quality services remain at the heart of our approach.’
- ‘Judging by the number of diners on the lunchtime we went along, other folk agree the menu is great value for money.’
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