Many of us heavy couponers, expert shoppers, and home gardeners like to use FoodSaver products to store our excess. There are some great new FoodSaver coupons on coupons.com, but they contain confusing language.
First of all, note that this company did not use family codes, so the coupons are good on any type of product with the correct manufacturer code.
However, most important is the spending threshold. The coupons say “Retail value” on them, but that is actually encoded as a minimum spend requirement in the coupon databar. So let’s say you find the FoodSaver Food Preservation System that normally costs $129, but it is on sale for $99. In that case the $25 coupon would not scan – you would only be able to use the $10 coupon. The coupon should say “RETAIL PRICE” not “Retail Value.”