Long story short: Can you combine a code B coupon for "x" amount off 2 and use 2 manufacturing coupons (one for each)?
I found an awesome deal at HEB on Venus Razors! It was $4.00 off any 2 (Gillette) Venus Razors or Cartrages. I planned to use two I planned to go back today after work. I went to a different HEB, and I saw a deal for $1.00 off 2 Colgate. I found a new version-something about a family version. It was $1.96 each. I had two $1.00 manufacturing coupons. One Proctor and Gamble coupon came in the mail in March that was $1.00 off, and the other was also $1.00 off and came in a coupon booklet last week. So I figured one would be free and one would be 96 cents plus a few cents after tax. To look at it another way, each toothpaste would be 46 cents if the money is divided between the two. I couldn't find the Venus coupon, so I decided to purchase the toothpaste at that HEB and purchase the razors at the other HEB. I was told I couldn't combine the three coupons (Code B and 2 manufacturing coupons), so I just went to the other HEB, thinking that maybe she was wrong. I found several deals there, and many of them were for Proctor and Gamble products. For these deals you also had to buy 2 products. I asked the lady at the register and she just tried it and it worked. Still I want to make sure that was okay. Anyone know if you can combine a code B with 2 manufacturing coupons if the code B coupon requires two purchases?