Prepositions after "splurge"
splurge on, for, at, in or with?
|In 78% of cases splurge on is used|
|splurge on a couples spa treatment.|
|Or sometimes you want to splurge on a steak that's thicker.|
|They're what I splurge on every now and then in the checkout line.|
|Lorraine, splurge on yourself and get seasons one and two of Downton Abbey.|
|In these harsh economic times, splurging on a wedding in the name of love is the privilege of a select few.|
|But I've just been out and about recently and I noticed that I splurged on drugstore makeup a couple of days ago.|
|It's just that after splurging on my first weekly grocery post we found it hard to finish all the stuff we bought.|
|After snorkelling and kayaking around Roatan's West Beach, splurge on a visit to the Unesco-listed Archaeological Park of Copn; entry is US$15.|
|It would also go well with grilled steak or rack of lamb, and at a price point of $15 for the wine, you can afford to splurge on your butcher's best.|
|No more were the days we could splurge on ice cream -- better known as full retail price, or choose the alfalfa sprouts, aka budget-healthy clearance pricing with a side of no regrets.|
|In 4% of cases splurge at is used|
|Scarlett Johansson was recently snapped getting intimate with needle and wool, while Uma Thurman has also been spotted splurging at a Los Angeles knitting supply shop.|
|In 4% of cases splurge in is used|
|This is not the sort of bloke who went out and splurged in the boom.|
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