for the taking
Ready or available for someone to take advantage of.
‘the fourth game was Wright's for the taking’
‘Four units were available for the taking and quickly these were filled.’‘
The game was there for the taking at half-time, but it was Leeds who took the lead when Ross kicked for the corner to set up a line-out drive.’‘
Those were the days, down in Wakonda, when the timber of the Siuslaw was ours for the taking.
’‘Boiled in three or four changes of water, they are one of the first spring vegetables available for the taking.
’‘The league game most definitely was there for the taking, and in many aspects we were the authors of our own misfortune.’
‘The independent and swing voters are looking to be ours for the taking if they keep this up.’‘
These, and all sorts of books both great and small, are out there, lying around in public places for the taking.
’‘Waiters in white jackets were holding trays of water, orange juice or white wine for the taking.’
‘You can get any song, any program, or any movie that your heart desires and it's all free for the taking.’‘
Mason jars of jelly beans and gummy bears and fresh-baked cookies are there for the taking.’