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post #21 of 23
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Originally Posted by Imakcerka View Post

Target red card?  I don't think I'd like that linked to my bank account.  I'm incapable of making good purchasing decisions. 



lol, yeah, then you definitely wouldn't want it. I've learned an excessive amount of self-control over the past few years, so the debit card works for me. My credit will be in good enough shape at some point this year for the cc, though, so it's not permanent for me.

post #22 of 23

I didn't read the whole thread, so pardon me if it's already mentioned, but legally they are supposed to give you the overage, they just don't have to give you cash back!


If the coupon is for $.50 off an item, and the item costs only $.45. The store will still get .$.50 from the manufacturer, so they would be making $.05. YOU are entitled to that. What they do not have to do, is give you the .05 back. in cash. They must apply it to your order though.

post #23 of 23

I rarely coupon,  i cant find any for the foods we buy.  i do find some in store on the products we use sometimes so that's nice. 

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