Just a reminder this is the last day of this coupon.
Also, I've remained pretty quiet until now ... but I really don't understand what all the confusion has been over this coupon. This is an identical promotion to the one that I posted in December: Link. The only differences on this time around were: (1) they included the coupon in the email itself (the first image I had posted) that said "PRINT THIS EMAIL" to use in the store; or, you could click to access the coupon online and print it (the second image I had posted) and (2) the emails included unique, one-time use codes that allowed you to purchase online and receive the same "mystery discount" that the in-store coupon would offer.
If you look at my thread from December (linked above), it is the same type of coupon ... and I linked it the same way (the direct JPEG). Many people were able to use the coupon and save a good deal of money. I'm not sure how printing it via a different page versus the JPEG directly makes it any more "authentic." Frankly, I printed it and cut it out anyway - without using the entire sheet of paper. No problems whatsoever at the store.
I'm not trying to come off as defensive, but there seems to be a lot of wondering about the coupon in this thread (not to mention the unnecessary begging for the online discount codes). I tried to be as descriptive as I could in the title and provide a lot of information in the thread (going as far as to link to every coupon - 20, 30, and 40% off). I guess I just don't see what the "fuss" seems to be this time over the coupon and why people are overcomplicating it. Print the one I listed as 40% off in my original post and use it to save 40% in the store. Eventually, I imagine that BBW will do more cryptic coding of the UPCs, image names, or something to make it truly a mystery (like using the same barcode and the register randomly assigns a value when scanned). But, for now, as it was at Christmas, the coupon I listed is the 40% off one.
Anyway, I'm happy for those that were able to print the coupon and take advantage of the savings. I just wish the candles were 2 for $20 instead of 2 for $22 ... it seems they are slowly changing that sale to be the standard anymore. Ha ha!
Edited: Went to our local store tonight (wife and I) and saved $124.45 between sales and the coupon. My wife bought some little things as gifts for games for my sister's bridal shower in May (my wife is a bridesmaid). Got candles and soaps for us. We need