-- If the coupon got you the item for free, then you saved 100% of the regular price.If the coupon got you a reduced price, then-- Divide (the amount you paid) by (the regular price of the item).-- After dividing, multiply the result by 100.-- After multiplying, subtract the result from 100.Now you have the percentage (of the regular price) that you saved.
Yes, she does.
---- 1000 is only 10 bucks 10000 is a hundred bucks
5% means 5/100 = 0.050.05 * $57.00= $2.85 saved=============( $57.00 - $2.85 = $54.15 )
Left click on the coupon, then from the drop down menu select "Save as" to a selected folder. Then when you want to print your coupons, go to the folder and open the coupon saved and print.
Coupon sites offer Swiffer coupons for up to five dollars on particular Swiffer products such as the Swiffer Wet jet. Coupons for $2.00 are avaialble for the basic duster from coupon sites.
That depends on how much the coupon is for, and how much you were going to spend on the items you purchase. Some coupons are for a certain dollar amount off, and some coupons are just a percentage.
Hometown Heroes - 2013 Fred Schultz Saved 10000 Children in Nevada 1-1 was released on: USA: 29 April 2013
$60 at 40% off = $36; $40 at 20% off = $32. You spent $68 to buy $100 of merchandise; you saved $32. Discount on total purchase is 32% (100 - 68 = 32).
He has saved money for years to purchase a new home. The clerk asked, "How would you like to pay for your purchase?"