One Coupon Per Purchase VS One Coupon Per Transaction

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Tracy shell says:

Some cashiers think purchase and transaction are the same definitions.

Jannette Effinger says:

Do you have any good ideas for the spend $15 get $3 off?

Carla Beavers says:

Nicely explained

Faith loving grandbabies says:

I need to take you with me to the store πŸ˜‚

Jessica Delgado says:

Thank you so much. I just had a issue at Walmart with this and it was for 3 different products same brand. I had 3 different coupons for each specific product and was told since the brand was the same and coupon state one per purchase I could only use one. I was polite but a pish over and just asked them to take 2 of the 3 items off my ticket and put them back. I didn't feel confident going to customer service because I am new to couponing and do not have a good gasp of all the fine print yet. Thank you again for doing this video. I know it's probably a no brained for you since you've done it for so long but it can be overwhelming for a newbie. I'm just trying to save our household money, cause money is for real tight on a single income family these days. I really appreciate your videos. Your helping a lot of people! ☺

IdeasByAnna says:

I never even thought of them as different! Great video and very helpful!!

sabeena911 says:

our last kmart is closing boo πŸ™ thanks for sharing!

Veronica McMasters says:

Love this video now I'm ready to go tell the cashier off jk but when they would tell me this I took it as I can only buy one per visit

Donna kendrick says:

That's a great point. You think it's one per order but it's not. Now I can explain it to the cashier when they say no!Thanks Greg

Aisha Page says:

Great breakdown. Sometimes going to the register can be a struggle. Purchase and Transaction two different things.

Daiana Santana says:

Great explaining. Makes more sense now πŸ˜ƒ You are that dude GregπŸ˜‰

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