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Old 11-12-2006, 03:37 PM
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Can you use more than one code at the same time? Home Depot has 3 I might qualify for if I buy a chair and a mat [for my long hours searching for MBB bargains!] LOL. One is for free Shipping over $50 (no mention whatsoever of handling before one commits);one code is for the free quasi-fridge which has no value to me and which I doubt has resale value plus I don't want to be bothered; and then $15 off $75 or more has a code. Can I use the lst and 3rd or is it different with every seller and impossible to answer? I have noticed that most screens before you seen it off only has room for one code.
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Old 11-12-2006, 05:57 PM
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Pretty much every store will only let you use one code per order. However, you can sometimes "stack" promotions.

Like with Home Depot, shipping is free on most orders over $49 right now, so you don't have to enter a code. This will allow you to enter the $ off coupon and still take advantage of the free shipping.

As far as shipping/handling, with most sites, shipping/handling is one flat fee, so if they say "free shipping" they shouldn't be charging you for handling. I don't like it when stores do that. It seems a little deceptive to me.
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Old 11-12-2006, 06:02 PM
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"As far as shipping/handling, with most sites, shipping/handling is one flat fee, so if they say "free shipping" they shouldn't be charging you for handling. I don't like it when stores do that. It seems a little deceptive to me."

I don't shop Eddie Bauer for that very reason.
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Old 11-13-2006, 06:50 PM
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Just to close out this inquiry. I was wrong. It was not Home Depot but Office Depot. I went to Office Depot today to look at chairs. I didn't like the cheap one and bot one for twice as much, still on sale. BUT, I didn't buy it there....the deal was online only. So, I came home and bot a $209 chair for $99 minus $15 online... and of course it will be delivered free. I just have to figure out how to put it together!!!! LOL
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