throw in (something)

When you're trying to sell something to people, you can offer to "throw in" something extra. "Throwing in" something means to offer extra stuff without raising the price. For example:

If you buy two pairs at the regular price, we'll throw in a third pair for free.

What about if I throw in an extra battery and memory card?

People use this phrase when they're negotiating with someone one-on-one to sell something. You can also hear it on some TV commercials.

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