Good Value for Money

Is an expression that means you believe that the money you paid for something was appropriate for the quality and usefulness of the product or service. For example, although my apple nano cost £150 it was ‘Good Value for Money’ because it’s 3 years old, the sound quality is excellent, it’s easy to use, it has a lot of memory, and if I ask nicely it can open a bottle of wine, make me a cup of coffee and do the grocery shopping while I drink cocktails.

What was the last thing you bought which was good value for money?

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