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Coupon Question?

When coupon says limit one coupon per purchase, on a coupon that says a dollar off two. Does that mean I can use one for each of them or only one coupon for every two I buy? I'm a little confused on this..

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letlovegrow2524

Asked by letlovegrow2524 at 11:25 PM on May. 10, 2011 in Money & Work

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  • I believe it is one coupon per two purchased.
    kitchenwitch78

    Answer by kitchenwitch78 at 11:25 PM on May. 10, 2011

  • One for every two.
    emmyandlisa

    Answer by emmyandlisa at 11:26 PM on May. 10, 2011

  • Id say one for every two you buy...
    SassySue123

    Answer by SassySue123 at 11:33 PM on May. 10, 2011

  • One coupon per purchase of two items. The only way you could use more is if you use a store coupon and a mfg coupon.
    tony1638

    Answer by tony1638 at 11:43 PM on May. 10, 2011

  • Thanks that clears things up!
    letlovegrow2524

    Comment by letlovegrow2524 (original poster) at 11:45 PM on May. 10, 2011

  • One for two
    rinamomof2

    Answer by rinamomof2 at 7:13 AM on May. 11, 2011

  • I just had the stack of coupons to the cashier and whatever one do not go through she gives back. This way, I am not trying to figure out if I can use 2 or not. If I can't, the register wont except it. LOL. That is the easiest way for me.
    RMott

    Answer by RMott at 7:16 AM on May. 12, 2011

  • Mine are all organized in a binder so I only pull out what I need and how many to put in a pile of ones I paying with. And I watch the budget close so I don't spend too much lol. I just wasn't sure if I have a buy 2 for and a so much off the same item if I could use two since I'm buying two.
    letlovegrow2524

    Comment by letlovegrow2524 (original poster) at 7:51 AM on May. 12, 2011

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