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Right Guard Q wording question
I printed off a coupon off the Right Guard website with some wording that I don't know how to interpret. Can someone please help? It says : Save $1 off any right guard td5 deodorant or body wash with the purchase of two or more items.
I'm don't know what it means by "purchase of 2 or more items".
There is a local store that has this deodorant 10/$10. I'm wondering if they won be free.
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The way I understand it you need to purchase two deo (in your case) to get the dollar off. You wouldn't get free deo because it's 10/10 and your q is for 1 off 2 there for making it .50 ea. The pic is too small to read the fine print but I would make sure that you don't need to purchase two different items to get the 1.00 off one deo or wash in that case the deo would be free but you would need to purchase other items.
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