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Thread: quilt in a day sale

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    Senior Member mandyrose's Avatar
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    quilt in a day sale

    did anybody else get there email ad buy 2yrds get 3rd free in big orange and black print so I go shopping and notice that I have 12 yrds in my cart and only 4yrds free then I see on the web it's buy 3yrs get 3rd free and not buy 2 get 3rd free as I got it in my inbox,or is there something I didn't understand seems they lured me over to the website and change the rules. maybe I'm just confuse....Mandy

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    Can you call them? I get confused easily because they do seem to change the rules mid-stream..
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    The ad says buy 3 yards, get your 3rd yard free. It is confusing.

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    Doesn't each statement have the same result? Whether you buy 2 or 3 yards, the 3rd one is free. So the 3rd, 6th, 9th and 12th yards would be free - right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mandyrose View Post
    did anybody else get there email ad buy 2yrds get 3rd free in big orange and black print so I go shopping and notice that I have 12 yrds in my cart and only 4yrds free then I see on the web it's buy 3yrs get 3rd free and not buy 2 get 3rd free as I got it in my inbox,or is there something I didn't understand seems they lured me over to the website and change the rules. maybe I'm just confuse....Mandy
    It can be a bit confusing but ... take the total yardage divide by 3 and that how many free yards should show up in your basket. So you had 12 yards .. divide by 3 and you had 4 yards free the amount you should have. Hope that clears it up for you. If you do the math and you get a fraction or decimal then you have not got enough yardage to get get the full advantage of the full sale.
    Buy 3 yards get the third free is the same as buy two get the 3rd free.
    Last edited by Lori S; 11-01-2012 at 07:39 AM.

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    If you ordered 12 yards then you will get 4 for free. 2+2+2+2 = 8 1+1+1+1 = 4 They should really have advertised buy 2 & get the third one free.

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    This is giving me a head ache! Six of one and half a dozen of another.

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    This is how they sell stuff. I believed everything I heard on TV or Radio until i went to work at a radio station. After that I don't believe too much unless Jesus tells me.
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    However it was said, it means the same thing...buy two yds, get the third free.
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    Agreed, both mean the same. I was thrilled to find a Jason Yenter fabric I want for $6 a yard, so I ordered all five yards they had, then added another yard to get it free. I paid a great price for my fabric, then received 2 yards of the six free. The shipping is the clinker. $8 for the first three, but only a few cents more for the second 3, so it wasn't too bad.

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