simple coupon question

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hello folks,
I usually don't use coupons, I was hoping someone might be able to answer my question. A friend gave me a clipping for $1 off 5 any Totinos pizzas, then I have a clipping for $1 off any 3 Totinos pizzas. To use these coupons, can I purchase 5 pizzas and use both coupons, or do I have to purchase 5 pizzas and use one coupon and then 3 pizzas and use the other?

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You would have to buy 8 to use both coupons, unless you find a place that lets you double dip, or doesn't check

This is why most coupons state the terms, "Limit one coupon per purchase." A "purchase" indicates the how many of an item are required to be bought for the discount to apply. Almost never can more than one coupon be applied to a "purchase." This applies to manufacturer coupons only. Store coupons and offers can be applied with mfr. coupons.

Most modern point-of-sale systems can recognize when more than one coupon is attempted on a purchase, and the system will beep or otherwise reject a second attempted coupon.

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