5 Black Friday Shopping Expressions in American English

Today is black Friday in the US, one of the BIGGEST shopping days of the year. Here are a few popular shopping expressions we use.

1. Shop ’til you drop

it means that you do a large amount of shopping. Ex. We are going to shop ’til we drop today.

2. It costs a fortune

it costs a LOT of money. Ex. Those shoes cost a fortune, how can you afford them?

3. It’s a rip off

it means it’s not worth the value. Ex. That shirt costs $50. What a rip off!

4. Shopping spree

to spend a lot of money.

Ex. I just got my paycheck. I’m going on a shopping spree.

5. It’s a deal of a lifetime

It’s the best price ever.

Ex. I am going to buy this TV, because it’s a deal of a lifetime.

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