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Friday, April 2, 2010

Tip of the Day 4/2/10

It’s the wording on a coupon that matters, NOT the picture.

Make sure you actually read the wording on a coupon. Don’t trust the picture. For example, just because a full-size bottle of laundry detergent is pictured does NOT mean that you cannot use it on another size. If the coupon’s wording does specify a particular size or exclude trial size, you can use it on any size.

I’ve had many cashiers tell me that I can’t use a coupon because I didn’t buy the exact item pictured. This is not true. If the cashier won’t listen to you, stay calm and ask for a manager.

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