By Anonymous - 20/7/2019 22:06
Today, I had someone place two separate to-go orders, so that he could use two of his "25% off" coupons. He couldn't understand why it wasn't 50% off his total bill, no matter how many times I plainly explained it to him. FML
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By  TCRII  |  26

Tell him that X * 25% + Y * 25% = (X + Y) * 25%. Unless you think he is a Hanes wearing man’s man who will grab your Fruit of the Looms and give you an atomic wedgie.

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By  TCRII  |  26

Tell him that X * 25% + Y * 25% = (X + Y) * 25%. Unless you think he is a Hanes wearing man’s man who will grab your Fruit of the Looms and give you an atomic wedgie.

By  blondie45  |  19

Unless there is a restriction which says he may only use one coupon per purchase he’s almost right. 25% off R100 is R25. A second 25% is another R25. However 25% off the remaining R75 is R18,75. So the total discount for using two 25% coupons for the same purchase would be R43,75 which is a 43.75% discount.