A reader asked basically how did I know that I could use all these coupons in a transaction. I use the the information from the QSeer barcode reader app is a great way to predict how a physical or digital coupon will work in store. The QSeer app identifies what products will apply for the coupon regardless of the actually wording on the coupon.
As you can see by the B1G1 Dial body wash coupon, there’s only a couple requirements for the coupon: (1) Buy Dial body wash get up to $3.49 and (2) Family code 115.
Whereas, the bar code report above for the B1G1 Right Guard coupon, you can see that you must buy “A” and/or “B” to get the up to $4.99 off.
When I got the QSeer app like four or five years ago, there was two versions of the app, the free version and the $0.99 or $1.99 version of the app. However, I looked this morning and you must pay for the app but I think it’s definitely well worth paying for this couponing tool because as I stated earlier, it predict how a physical or digital coupon will work in store.
I have to say that the QSeer app is for informational purposes as nothing is 100% accurate.