Coupon Question  

Posted by: Julie in ,

Let me see if I can explain my soup deal.

The soup was on sale for $3.00 for 5 making them $0.60 each.

My coupon was $0.40 / 4.

I bought 24 cans of soup so I used 6 coupons.

Let's say you buy 4 cans at 0.60 each. That makes the total $2.40.

Now take that $0.40 / 4 coupon and triple it making it $1.20.

Subtract $1.20 from $2.40 and you now have paid $1.20 for 4 cans of soup or $0.30 each.

Does that make sense? It can be so hard to explain these deals online. Let me know if this helps!
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At Harris Teeter, you can triple up t0 20 coupons per VIC card per day. You may use up to 3

like coupons. Like the soup, I could use 3 in one transcation and 3 in another transcation on a

different VIC card. I have a VIC card and my mother in law let me use her VIC card so I could

do the different transcations.

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