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Understanding Coupon Lingo: “And” vs. “When You Buy”

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This coupon reads like this: Save $1.25 on Orville Redenbacher Popcorn AND M&M’s.

This coupon applies to both items-
which means you can NOT use another coupon on either the Popcorn or the M&Ms

You scenario would look like this:
(prices are just for example)

Buy 1 Orville Redenbacher Popcorn $1.25
Buy 1 M&M Package $0.50

Use $1.25 on Orville Redenbacher Popcorn AND M&M’s – (simpleanddelicious.com)
Final Price: $0.50

This second coupon reads: Free Clorox Liquid Bleach WHEN YOU BUY 1 Clorox 2 Product, 45 oz or larger

The coupon is applied to the free item, which means you CAN use a coupon on the other product!

Your scenario would look like this:
(prices are just for example)

Buy 1 Clorox 2 Stain Fighter $5.99
Buy 1 Clorox Liquid Bleach, 60 oz $1.29 (reg $2.29)

Use Free Clorox Liquid Bleach, (Max. Value $2.50), when you buy any Clorox 2 Product or 45 oz or larger – (coupons.com)
And use $2.00/1 – Clorox 2 Liquid Stain Fighter and Color Booster – (coupons.com)
Final Price: $3.99 for both

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