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  • What else could it mean that it cannot be combined with other coupons? Were you interpreting "other" as meaning "other category" as opposed to "any other coupon"? I don't think you were shafted at all.
    • I'm with Ric on this one. It also says “1 coupon per person per visit”, not per party — which clearly means if you have n people then you're allowed to use n coupons.

      I reckon that would be using multiple instances of a single coupon, so no “other” coupons would be involved.

      Otherwise you'd be better off turning up as 4 individuals rather than as a party of 4, and that's just silly ...

      Smylers

    • Right: if they say "one coupon per person per visit" then I assume they mean that the number of people is relevant, so "other coupon" means "coupon for a different discount."
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      rjbs
      • Ah, I see.

        Still, I suspect that what we have here is a case of non-native English, rather than any intent to screw you. Using "party" requires a fairly good knowledge of English grammar. One per person doesn't even make sense in the context of a coupon based around getting two entrees, unless they expect a large number of highly gluttonous customers ;)