noun two·fer \ˈtü-fər\

Definition of twofer

  1. 1 :  a cheap item of merchandise; especially :  a cigar selling at two for a nickel

  2. 2 :  a free coupon entitling the bearer to purchase two tickets to a specified theatrical production for the price of one

  3. 3 :  two articles available for the price of one or about the price of one

  4. 4 :  something that satisfies two criteria or needs simultaneously

Origin and Etymology of twofer

alteration of two for (one)

First Known Use: 1885

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