: a free-gratis perk/ free-gratis tickets
Without charge; for free •In earliest form free, gratis, and for nothing: The Congressmen traveled free gratis (1883+)
[fr combination of free with Latin gratis, ''free'']
I'll give you half of the first cargo for yourself, free gratis for nothing—just to make a good start.'
I'll cut the tree, and trim it, and haul it to town to-morrow, free gratis for nothing.
He promised to get a minister, and 'tend to it, and wait a day till it was all over, and then take her on to Boston free gratis.
Oh, we'll get up Madame Tussaud for her at home, free gratis, for nothing at all!
Mister, perhaps you'd accept one of these sets from Dixon free gratis, for nothing.
And each and every purchaser is presented vith a book containing fifty songs, all new and prime, free gratis and for nothink!
Huh, they let the preachers in free gratis, an' they ought to let everybody in fer nuthin' caus it warn't wuth nuthin'.