It saves you endless agony – Correct?

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 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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