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coupon question

Posted by on Jan. 20, 2013 at 2:24 PM
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if a coupon says limit 2 per transaction can you get 4+ and do them in separate transactions without standing in line multiple times?
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NocturnesAngel
by Bronze Member on Jan. 20, 2013 at 2:56 PM
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depends on if your cashier will do it or if you go in the self checkout you can do it yourself

kimberlync
by on Jan. 20, 2013 at 4:48 PM

It really depends on the store. In my area some stores allow multiple transactions while others don't. Some say that you can only purchase so many PER DAY, others say PER HOUSEHOLD, and others just say PER TRANSACTION. For my store that says "per day" and "per household" the register actually logs my store card and if I go over the limit it will deny me the second time. I even tried using my fiance's store card which has our old address on it, but the form of payment was the same, so when it registered the debit card it kicked that item back out and readded our total.

It's best to ask either your customer service department at your store or visit the store's website to see if their policy on item limits is listed.

mommy06and09
by on Jan. 20, 2013 at 4:52 PM
wow that sucks! thanks for sharing. i will have to ask then.


Quoting kimberlync:

It really depends on the store. In my area some stores allow multiple transactions while others don't. Some say that you can only purchase so many PER DAY, others say PER HOUSEHOLD, and others just say PER TRANSACTION. For my store that says "per day" and "per household" the register actually logs my store card and if I go over the limit it will deny me the second time. I even tried using my fiance's store card which has our old address on it, but the form of payment was the same, so when it registered the debit card it kicked that item back out and readded our total.

It's best to ask either your customer service department at your store or visit the store's website to see if their policy on item limits is listed.


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