I had a friend pose a great coupon question to me the other day. I wanted to make sure I got the answer right, so I spent some time researching to make sure.
Q. If I have a coupon for $x.xx off 2 of Product A and I have a coupon for $x.xx off 1 of Product A, can I buy two of Product A, can I use both coupons? Both coupons are manufacturer coupons.
A. No. Coupons usually attach to just one product and in other scenarios, you would be able to use both coupons (such as a Buy 1 Get 1 Free coupon and a $.xx off coupon used together on 2 products - get one free and get one at the reduced price), but in this instance, the first coupon attaches to BOTH products so another manufacturer cannot be used. You could, however, purchase 3 of Product A and use both coupons.
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