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Old 07-02-2012, 08:57 PM
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We like to think of it this way.

The coupon "covers" an item. If you break down the wording, the coupon says "Save $2 on Countrytime" - meaning the coupon will physically be redeemed for Country Time lemonade purchases. "When you buy 2 Kraft BBQ sauces" - you must buy 2 sauces to qualify to use the coupon.

The coupon doesn't "cover" the price of the sauce, just the lemonade.

In this scenario, let's just say you had BBQ sauce coupons, both a $1 / 1, and a $1 / 2. You could use 1 of the $2 peelies for the lemonade, and either ( 2 ) of the $1 / 1, or ( 1 ) of the $1 / 2 BBQ sauce coupons, because you are physically buying 2 bottles.

If you think of what the coupon physically "covers" - and then what is NOT covered by the coupon, it will help you quickly see what is available to use another coupon on.

Hope this helps!
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