Reader Misty C. from Texas asks the following question:
Here in Texas we have a store that sales 10 for $10. My question is….If I buy 10 cans of pringles mix and match and I have 2 coupons for $1 off for 4 cans then 1 $.50 for 2 cans (which adds to the 10 cans), can I use 3 coupons for this 10 for $10 in one purchase? Hope this makes sence.
Hi Misty, That is a great question! Here is how it works. With most 10 for $10 sales you don’t actually have to buy 10 to get the $1.00 each price. So, unless the sale ad states that you must buy 10 to get that price, just put the price in your mind as $1.00 each. That makes it easier.
Now when it comes to using your coupons you can use a coupon for each item or set of items based on the coupons you have.
Two $1.00 off 4 cans coupons = 8 cans of Pringles
One $0.50 off 2 cans coupon = 2 cans of Pringles
So yes you can buy 10 cans of Pringles and use all three coupons no problem!