Alleviate Buy One Get One Free for cheap. That being said, let's take a. Economist Alex Tabarrok has argued that the success of this promotion lies in the fact that the price actually.
Economist Alex Tabarrok has argued that the success of this promotion lies in the fact that the price actually. Skip to the end of the images gallery. Why does the allure of 'free' hold us captive?
No need to worry about your losses: experienced merchants know that BOGO(F) sounds much more appealing for customers than it actually is.
This means, if you purchase one item at the retail price, the second item (usually identical) is FREE.
The expression in full - buy one, get one free - has been around for a long time and is very common. Add Our Premium MyPillow Buy One, Get One Free. The abbreviation to BOGOF or bogof is familiar, but I think it has only recently appeared (this century, I suggest) and I don't believe I have seen it in any.