get (something) on sale

When something is "on sale", it is being sold at a lower price than usual. In this expression, people use the verb "get" instead of "buy" to express buying something while it is "on sale":

I always buy my clothes on sale. I never pay full price.

"Getting something on sale" is usually considered a good thing, and some people like to brag about the low prices they paid for things.

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