Used to informally end a conversation that one finds uninteresting. It's politely used to feign enthusiasm about a subject in a one-sided conversation. When given the opportunity to respond, the phrase serves as closure to the topic in a neutral, non-committal way.
Woman 1: (Endess prattling about her son's hockey quarter-final playoff victory)... "And now they get a week off before the next game!"

Woman 2: (Stuck behind a retail counter) "Well, there you go!"
by Riverdale Smitty June 5, 2013
That's what people say ...or used by radio announcers after a discussion or a description of something... used with a hint of acceptance but also irony
by Greyhound Faull December 22, 2016
A catch-all answer to any given question or situation. A complete neutral response to any situation. A great verbal tool for anyones arsenal. Phrase is widely used in the south.
"Can you believe that guy?"...."Well, there you go!"

"You are a great dancer"..."Well, there you go!"
by Danzig1031 February 3, 2010
A stereotypical type of sentence prank callers would use on people when calling.
Prankster: "Hey. Is your refrigerator running? Well, you better go catch it!"
Police: "You know this is the 911 emergency hotline, right?"
by Svifias February 26, 2019