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    An A Full Cup user has managed to get media attention to a common coupon issue at Target, where the register deducts less than the face value of the coupon. The TV station even did a follow up story to report that Target hadn’t fixed the problem after saying they would. Common Sense with Money explains that what happens is Target’s register is programmed to adjust the value of a coupon down if it would give overage, i.e., more than the value of the item purchased, but that it is making the adjustment to coupons that require the purchase of more than one item. So for example if you are using a $1/2 coupon on two items that cost 75 cents each, the register will adjust the coupon to deduct only 75 cents (the cost of one item) instead of the full $1. Keep an eye on your receipt, and since complaining to Target apparently doesn’t work, you may want to contact your state’s attorney general. The Minnesota Attorney General, at least, is aware of the issue and wants to hear from customers who’ve had this experience at Target.


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