Each week of 2017 we present an English idiom.
“it’s six of one, half-dozen of another”: it’s the same either way you look at it or count it / both options are equal
Example 1: We could buy our new fleet of company cars from carmaker A or from carmaker B. It’s six of one, half-dozen of another.
Example 2: We could launch the new perfume before Valentine’s Day or before Mother’s Day. With regard to our projected sales, it will be six of one, half-dozen of another.