$1.00/1 – Ball Park Product – (facebook.com)

Like Ball Park on Facebook and print your $1.00 off 1 coupon.  The are priced at $2.54 at Walmart.

Ball Park Franks $2.54
Use $1.00/1 – Ball Park Product – (facebook.com)
$0.55/1 – Ball Park Product – (coupons.com)
Final Price: $1.54

Thanks, Passion for Savings

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19 thoughts on “$1.00 off 1 Ball Park Coupon!”

Thanks everyone for the clarifications. Looks like I will be picking up 3packs for $2 today 😉 Hope everyone has a great weekend !

IndyDad

You can use 1 manufacturer coupon per item. We listed two coupons and you can use either one of those for each pack you buy. We like to list all the coupons out there. Hope that clarifies it for everyone!

FYI- Brookshires has the Ball Park dogs on sale for $2.00 per package, I brought my ad to Walmart they matched the price, then I used the $1.00 off coupon and paid $1.00 per pack.

Per Purchase = Per Item. So if you have 2 of the $1.00 off coupons you may buy 2 packages of hot dogs and you would be able to use 2 of the coupons.

Just remember NOT to confuse Purchase with transaction. You purchase one or more items per transaction.

Sorry if this is a duplicate but don’t see the first post!?..How can I use two mfg Q’s??

any way of printing out more then one coupon? it wont let me print anymore out.

How can we use two Mfg Q’s on one item?? What am I missing??

Ok as I understand it when a coupon says one per purchase ,its the same as per item .only one coupon per pack of hotdogs ….doesn’t matter if they are different amounts….one mfc per item

Please if I’m wrong set me straight I’m learning too LOL

Per purchase= per item

It let me print out 2 of the $1.00/1 ball park coupon(facebook) by pressing the back button 3 times after the first one started printing out.Also food lion in hopkinsville ky has them on sale for 2 for $5.00 so works out to be $1.50 each

part 2 –

I ran the calculation and here is a better deal.

Meijer buy 3 for $5.

use $1/1 and 2 .55/1 coupons.

This will give you 3 packs at .96 a pack :-)

Regards,

IndyDad

part 3 – LOL

printed off the .55 coupon and it says the same thing…. “CONSUMER:Limit one coupon per purchase” If that is the case if I go for the $5 for 3 deal I’m not so sure that I can use $1/1 and .55/1 now :-(

Would love confirmation on the definition of = Limit one coupon per purchase.

Hey at least I get an A for effort :-)

IndyDad

You can go ahead and use 3 of the $1 off coupons. When it says one coupon per purchase, they mean one per item – each item is a purchase. You can use 1 coupon per item/purchase in your transaction. Almost all coupons say one per purchase to make sure people don’t try to use 3 coupons on 1 pack of hot dogs. If the coupon says one per transaction, then you would only be able to use one of them on the 3 packs. :) Hope this helps

Unless the coupon states one coupon per TRANSACTION you can use 3. per purchase means per item purchases so if you got 3 hotdogs at 3 for $5 you can use 3 $1off making it 3 for $2.

So are we allowed to use two manufacturers coupon, for one product? (the $1 off AND the 55 cents off?
I’m located in California, I don’t know if that makes a difference.

Hi Kelly –

You can only use 1 MFR coupon per item. Hope that helps.

IndyDad

Still learning the tricks of the trade so my questions.

Meijer is running a sale right now $5/3 Ball Park dogs.

My question am I able to use 3 of the $1 off coupons?
** The MFR coupon from facebook states: CONSUMER: Limit one coupon per purchase…. note it says per purchase not per item.

If I read correctly I assume I can only use 1 1$ coupon and possibly 2 .55cent coupons for this transaction.

Please let me know if I am on target.

Thanks!

IndyDad

from what i understand you can use 3/$1.00 coupons on the 3 for $5.00 deal

one coupon per purchase is not the same as one coupon per transaction. the wording is poor so when the cashiers see this, they think it’s one coupon for the whole purchase. thekrazycouponlady’s site talks about this.

other coupons are worded better…”one coupon per purchase of item and quantity specified”.

whenever I see this on a coupon and need to use more than one, I ask the manager first for his interpretation before I shop just to avoid the long wait in line while they check it out.