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What would you tell a friend if you wanted to pay for an outing?

Let's say that I want to go out with a friend of mine, and I'd like to tell her that I'm the one who'll be paying for this outing (i.e.: I'll pay for both of us). How can I say this in proper natural English?

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If you're inviting them, you could say something like: "Do you want to go see this exhibit at the museum today? It'll be my treat." If you're both at the place where you pay already, and your friend is taking money out: "Don't worry about it. Let me get this."

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