What does BOGO mean?

Coupon terminology on the internet is filled with abbreviations. Probably the most common phrase is BOGO which means "Buy One Get One". Free is usually included at the end when it is spoken but the acronym BOGOF just doesn't have the same ring to it as BOGO does!

Some less common variations include B1G1 and B2G1. B1G1 means the same as BOGO while B2G1 means you have to buy two items to get one free.

• Published: October 14, 2010
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