I was going to sell it, but if you're interested, you can have first dibs on it.
If you do this, you can be one of the first shoppers to have first dibs on sale items.
Traditionally, the mother of the bride should get first dibs on color choices, but it's a good idea to check anyway just to be on the safe side.
Recorded in 1939, I think he certainly gets first dibs.
A surprisingly large crowd of fellow early risers was up for first dibs on the freshly groomed runs.
Call "Dibs" on the Arts & Leisure section and relax.
Simpson and Wentz reportedly made an exclusive deal with the magazine estimated at over $1 million for first dibs.
It involves waiting on truck delivery day for the bags to be stocked on the sales floor in order to get first dibs on the merchandise.
Ask store management what days they typically get their shipments in, and check back on those days for first dibs on new deals.
For additional bargains and first dibs to parking lot sales, become a member of the "Inside Track Club".
They usually don't last long and sometimes company employees have first dibs on the used computer monitors, so networking is essential.
Then I realized that doctors had taken first dibs on that pledge, so I came up with another one: Be original.
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