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Best Calculating Discounts Unit 2 Flashcards | Quizlet
Store A. Store A: 25% off on $80 is $20, so the sneakers would be $60. Take 10% of $60 to get $6 off. The sneakers at Store A would cost $60 - $6 = $54. Store B: 20% off on $80 is $16, so the sneakers would be $64. Take 15% of $64 to get $9.60 off. The sneakers at Store B would cost $64 - $9.60 = $54.40.
COUPONS Flashcards | Quizlet
A store coupon states $10 off of $50. How much does the bill need to be in order for this coupon to work? The total must be $50. What should you ALWAYS do after you scan coupons like this? Write the price of the item on the coupon. A TM comes up to your register with a birthday coupon for $7.50, but their total is only $3.00.
Coupons, Sweepstakes & Contests Flashcards | Quizlet
75-80% of all households use coupons, coupon use declines when economy is strong. Highest use for consumer usage of coupons? 45-64 year olds, $25-75,000 incomes. Usually a 'cents off' coupon affixed to the product or in newspaper/magazine inserts for use on the NEXT purchase and
Study A&P Quiz 8 Flashcards | Quizlet
A. cents-off coupons. An advantage of coupons is that they: A. elicit faster consumer responses than samples, unlike sweepstakes and rebates. B. generally elicit immediate response from consumers. C. are very effective even without brand name awareness.