A ‘Savings’ of what?

At least I know I’m not the only one that finds the use of the plural “savings” in a singular context confusing and – well – wrong!


“A savings of $50″… bah. Should be “A saving of $50”.

Comments (1)

  1. Peter da Silva says:

    It’s a good warning sign. When you hear "a savings of $50" you know it’s going to cost you at least $100.

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