My sentence reads:

It may not save you bucks, but, it surely saves you endless agony.

Is this correct? Or, do you suggest any alterations?

  • It's correct, it's jaunty, and I like it! – agc May 6 '16 at 5:34

"It may not save you money, but it will surely save you endless agony," she said, encouraging her friend to pay a little more for a sharp razor rather than save a little on a dull one.

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