Most Coupons are Scam!

Armstrong

Member
I recently realized that most pharmacies raise the prices of drugs and give coupons to reduce the price by the amount raised. For example, a drug that costs $10 is given a $16 price tag and then a coupon helps you take off the $6.
 

Burton

Member
I recently realized that most pharmacies raise the prices of drugs and give coupons to reduce the price by the amount raised. For example, a drug that costs $10 is given a $16 price tag and then a coupon helps you take off the $6.
The same scheme works in supermarkets.
 

Butler

Member
I recently realized that most pharmacies raise the prices of drugs and give coupons to reduce the price by the amount raised. For example, a drug that costs $10 is given a $16 price tag and then a coupon helps you take off the $6.
No, I don't think most coupons work like this
 

Booth

Member
I recently realized that most pharmacies raise the prices of drugs and give coupons to reduce the price by the amount raised. For example, a drug that costs $10 is given a $16 price tag and then a coupon helps you take off the $6.
It only depends where you're getting yours from
 
I recently realized that most pharmacies raise the prices of drugs and give coupons to reduce the price by the amount raised. For example, a drug that costs $10 is given a $16 price tag and then a coupon helps you take off the $6.
In this situation, only old customer can detect this as a scam.
 
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