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Coupon lingo. One time use means for one person or ???

submitted on September 7, 2010 by DebsFreebies in "Member's Lounge"
I could use a little help. (OK, a LOT of help Mr Green )

I run across coupons/codes in my email and oftentimes, don't know if it is for JUST my use or can I submit and have other people take advantage of it?

Here's an example of something I saw on a deal site. The coupon came up and this was the disclaimer:

This coupon has a unique code and is valid for one use only. Must surrender coupon at time of redemption.
Multiple printouts or photocopies will not be accepted. Offer valid with coupon through 10/07/10.
Limit one coupon per person.


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    WhattaDealBlog
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    Posted by WhattaDealBlog on September 7, 2010
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    "Unique code" leads me to believe that it is a true one time use coupon and can be used only once forever.

    But I see your confusion with the last item "limit one coupon per person". Which could mean that it could be used by more than one person. However I believe that to mean more of that you can use that type of code only once, IE you per the rules couldn't use your code, and your friends code. Only yours or your friends.

    That's my $0.02.
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    DebsFreebies
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    Posted by DebsFreebies on September 7, 2010
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    Thanks so much!
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    vectra5
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    Posted by vectra5 on September 7, 2010
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    Indeed it gets confusing at times..

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