What I'm saying is that the offers will stack in the sense that you get points from both, but that the points from each offer are calculated separately. So, you get 1800 per $9 on the glucosamine offer. The glucosamine also counts toward reaching the $20 WUS offer. So, if you were able to spend exactly $20 before tax including $18 on glucosamine, you'd get 2 x the 1800 per $9 = 3600 from the glucosamine offer. You'd also get 10x = 3000 from the WUS $20 offer. So, your total would be 6600, which is the sum of points from the two individual offers.TheHans wrote: ↑Mar 13th, 2018 1:07 amSo you're saying that the glucosamin would be eligible toward that $20 total, but the points specifically for the glucosamin wouldn't count toward the 10X offer if we reached $20. I think that's what you mean...I don't think we'll get it in this case, thanks though for explaining.
What the system won't do is combine the offers by giving you the 3600 from the former offer multiplied by the 10x from the latter in a single calculation.
Stacking means both offers apply. It doesn't mean they both apply in combination. I hope this is clear for you now.