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When should I take the 20% off coupon, and when should I take the $10 off?



What's the maximum total percentage off one could achieve purchasing the minimum amount of merchandise?


If I buy a pair of jeans, do I get to pick the order in which the coupons are applied?




Which sale is a better sale? How expensive does the item have to be for the 20% to be a better deal?





What's the least you have to spend to get the best deal/ratio of savings?

If you wanted to purchase an item costing $50 and may only use one of these two coupons, which coupon gives you a larger discount?





For what amount would it be better to use the percent discount over the the $10 off (0 f$20 or more) discount?





How much does the purchase have to cost for the 20% off sale to be the better deal?


How much would an item cost so that both coupons save me the same amount of money?









How much would you pay for an item that has an original price of $50 using both coupons? Does it matter which coupon is used first?

Which would be a better deal and at what price? Is there a break even point?

When would the coupon on the right give you more savings than the coupon on the left?






$10 off plus 20% more off   is 20% off based on original price or $10 reduced price?





Do you want them to take the $10 off first or apply the 20% discount first?

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