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    • Former MSE Zorica
    • By Former MSE Zorica 5th Jul 13, 3:54 PM
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    Coupon Stockpile Challenge!
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    • 5th Jul 13, 3:54 PM
    Coupon Stockpile Challenge! 5th Jul 13 at 3:54 PM
    Hi Everyone,

    We’re on the hunt for the UK’s best Extreme Coupon style stockpile. Post pictures of your biggest and best coupon-assisted purchases and let us know how much you paid for it and how much it’s worth. See below for an example.

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    Last edited by Former MSE Zorica; 18-07-2013 at 2:22 PM.
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    • bigjoe
    • By bigjoe 21st Sep 13, 8:24 PM
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    bigjoe
    The BOGOF coupons applied to the original, individual price of the burgers- 2.40 each. So each coupon took off 2.40 and I used 6 coupons, taking off 14.40. Hubby never seems to gain weight!
    Originally posted by purple.sarah
    Ah right. The BOGOF coupons got them down to 1.20 each, taking off 14.40 and leaving 14.40 to pay.

    Then you had the 3 for 4 offer on top. How did that work?

    And how did you end up paying just 1.60 for them all?

    Genuinely interested because I think you may be on to something with the order coupons are presented - I never even thought of that.

    PS Your hubby is lucky! I'd pile on the pounds!!!!
    • 3010
    • By 3010 22nd Sep 13, 3:37 PM
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    3010
    Ah right. The BOGOF coupons got them down to 1.20 each, taking off 14.40 and leaving 14.40 to pay.

    Then you had the 3 for 4 offer on top. How did that work?

    And how did you end up paying just 1.60 for them all?

    Genuinely interested because I think you may be on to something with the order coupons are presented - I never even thought of that.

    PS Your hubby is lucky! I'd pile on the pounds!!!!
    Originally posted by bigjoe
    The 3 for 4 will be taken off as soon as the till totals. So the OPs bill would be 16. Then the coupons take off the rest at 14.40. Leaving 1.60 to pay.
    • bigjoe
    • By bigjoe 22nd Sep 13, 3:53 PM
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    bigjoe
    The 3 for 4 will be taken off as soon as the till totals. So the OPs bill would be 16. Then the coupons take off the rest at 14.40. Leaving 1.60 to pay.
    Originally posted by 3010
    I didn't realise that's how it worked. That's amazing that both offers work on the original full price!
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