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Saturday at 06:30 PM
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Did you get it right?

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Monday at 09:08 AM
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Hola Chad,


Thank you for your comment.

This can be confusing, I believe that is the point.

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Carla

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Chad
Friday at 11:52 AM
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Wouldn't it be 2 for the price of one? Buy 2 get one free is a bit different.

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Monday at 06:35 AM
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Hola Derek,


Thank you for your explanation.

Please let us know if you have any questions.

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Derek
Thursday at 01:03 AM
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"Dos al precio de uno" means "two for the price of one" which is not the same as "buy two, get 1 free". It doesn't really match any of the options. Buying 2 and getting 1 for free means I pay full price for two and I get one more for free. "Dos al precio de uno" suggests I'm only paying for one, but I get two. If anything, it's closest to 50% off.

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Hola Sk Storey,


Thank you for your comment.

"Dos al precio de uno" means two for the price of one.

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Carla

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Sk Storey
Wednesday at 01:32 PM
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Dos al precio de uno is translated here as buy two get one free. To me that means I get a total of three. Is that what you intend? Or do you really mean to say "two for the price of one," which is I pay for one but get two?