What does BOGO mean?

Buy one, get one

Often on your shopping trips, you might have come across a term called ‘BOGO’. It’s not some secret code, but a popular acronym used in the world of retail and grocery stores.

‘BOGO’ stands for ‘Buy One, Get One’. It’s a delightful scheme where you purchase an item and get the second piece either free or at a reduced price. It’s like a bonus or a reward for your shopping!

You might hear this term in commercials where it’s pronounced as “boh-go”. So, the next time you see a ‘BOGO’ offer while shopping, you know it’s time to grab that deal!

Example for using ‘BOGO’ in a conversation

Hey, did you see the sign at the grocery store? πŸ›’ It says BOGO on chips!

BOGO? What does that mean? πŸ€”

It means ‘Buy one, get one’! You buy one bag of chips and get the second bag for free! πŸ˜„

That’s awesome! Let’s go grab some chips then! πŸŽ‰