Basic Rules of Using Weed Coupons
Now that your weed coupons are printed and organized it’s time to use them, but if you have never used coupons before then this can be a little bit frightening. Let’s face it, nothing looks less cool than walking up to that cute budtender and stumbling around with a coupon. Situations like this have been the cause of more abandoned coupon purchases than anything else. Embarrassment, or the fear of it, is a major reason why many people fail to get the best deals on weed. Well, all that stops now – These are the basic rules of using weed coupons. Read these rules and remember them and you too can enjoy the great savings that weed coupons have to offer.
Now all you non-conformist, anti-authoritarian pot smokers out there, remember that it’s a sad fact of life that rules do exist and that we have to follow them once in a while, so don’t freak out. Just like everything else, coupons have rules that must be followed in order to get the best weed deals and save money to buy more weed. The rules of using weed coupons are easy enough to follow – about as easy as making a box of macaroni and cheese, and like the mac-n-cheese, well worth the effort. Using coupons is always one of the easiest ways to get the best deals on weed in Denver, Boulder, Colorado Springs, Pueblo, or anywhere. Let’s get on to those annoying rules.
One per Purchase
If there were one weed couponing rule that was set in stone, it would probably be the one per purchase rule. When using weed coupons, or any kind of coupon for that matter, it will always state one per purchase somewhere in the fine print. In all my years of clipping coupons of every kind, not just weed coupons, I have never seen one that didn’t say that. This rule means that you can’t use 2 or 3 or twenty coupons for say, one bag of marijuana edibles. This would bring the price paid to less than what the dispensary paid for it, and make the sale not worth the effort for the shop. Something to know about the one per purchase rule is that this is does generally mean that you can use one weed coupon for each item, or group of items, purchased up to store limits. So if you were to have two coupons for a half price gram of shatter, you couldn’t add them up and get a gram for free, but you could buy two grams of shatter, each for half price.
Only What’s Specified
Another thing that all coupons have in common – even weed coupons, is that they always specifically state what they can be used for, when they can be used, and sometimes even where they can be used, like the individual dispensary coupons found on Cannasaver.com. When something is specified on the coupon, then 99.999% of the time, that is the only way that the coupon can be used. That tiny fraction of a percentage point when this rule does not apply only happens when a store holds a promotion that specifically breaks this rule on purpose. In most situations this unique discount will take the form of one dispensary offering to take another dispensary’s weed coupons or even accepting expired coupons for a very limited time. If and when this type of sale pops up, be sure to take full advantage of it, they are as uncommon as seedless Mexican brick weed.
Anything that is specified in words on a coupon is non-negotiable. Dispensaries will not be willing to make changes or substitutions even if they run out of an item. If the pot shop does run out of an item you have a cannabis coupon for, try asking for a rain check so that you can take advantage of that cheap shatter deal when its back in stock.
Coupons really don’t seem like a whole lot of anything to most of us, nothing more than a marketing tool that is generous enough to save money and help us to get the cheapest dispensary deals. But coupons, even weed coupons, are actually legal tender. Look closely at a big name manufacturer coupon for something like cereal. Somewhere in that fine print it will say “cash value 1/100 ¢.” This tiny phrase technically should mean that you could take 100 coupons to a store and cash them in for a penny – although, I don’t really know if any would do that. More importantly, in common use, this phrase means that if you alter or change a coupon it is just as illegal as counterfeiting money. So don’t do it no matter how tempting it may be. Even if your weed coupons don’t have any of this printed on them, don’t take chances. No one wants to go to prison for coupon fraud, not to mention, it hurts in so many ways. Cashiers and budtenders will be reprimanded or maybe even fired for accepting altered coupons. And if too many fraudulent coupons are discovered, the dispensary may stop giving out their awesome weed coupons.
Following these basic rules of using weed coupons will make your couponing experience easier and happier and much more profitable. Remember these rules and save more money with less hassle while using coupons from Cannasaver.com.