at no cost


used to say that something is free
Improvements have been made at no cost to taxpayers.
Club members can bring a friend at no extra cost.

Examples of at no cost in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web To fix this, dealers will install a bracket for the power seat switch back covers and replace the seat slide knobs at no cost. Wyatte Grantham-Philips, Chicago Tribune, 7 June 2024 The trucks will serve hot dogs, turkey wings, and sides at no cost. Myles Manor, Charlotte Observer, 7 June 2024 Her nonprofit helps local low-income residents prepare their taxes at no cost as part of a Los Angeles County tax assistance program. Calmatters, The Mercury News, 4 June 2024 The document seeks outside investors to install the technology at no cost to municipal investors. Michael Hawthorne, Chicago Tribune, 26 May 2024 Swann serves on the board of Remote Area Medical, a nonprofit that provides care at pop-up dental, vision and medical clinics around the U.S. at no cost to patients. Ken Alltucker, USA TODAY, 20 May 2024 Even though Taxed’s tax return was prepared by her boyfriend’s dad, a CPA, at no cost to her she is still entitled to professional service. Amy Dickinson, Detroit Free Press, 18 May 2024 Some outcomes include developing a hotline for the public and law enforcement to request information on firearm restraining orders, and distributing secure-storage locking devices at no cost to residents. Chloe Hilles, Chicago Tribune, 16 May 2024 Benefits brokers, compensated by carriers, offer their services at no cost to employers. Summer Westerbur, Rolling Stone, 13 May 2024

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“At no cost.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 15 Jun. 2024.

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