published Wednesday, May 5th, 2010


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Q: Why does it sometimes say “Print Limit Reached” on the Internet when I haven’t printed that coupon?

A: Internet coupons have a certain number of “prints” that are allowed by the manu-facturer. If a coupon reaches that many prints (usually in the thousands) the man-ufacturer will either pull it and replace it with another coupon or display a message that says the print limit has been reached. Sometimes the limit will be reset within a few days, and other times you have to wait longer.

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