I had one of those Best Buy "$5 off any video game or video game accessory $19.99 or greater" coupons found in those Netflix DVD cases. I attempted to use said coupon on a couple of PS2 games; the cashier applied the coupon to only one of the two items. I asked her why she didn't apply it to the other item; she said that it was "one coupon per item". I asked her where did it say that on the coupon--she pointed out the "one coupon per customer". I told her that that doesn't mean one coupon per item; she also said that if the coupon could be used on multiple items it would have stated something like "limit x items per coupon." Well, I told her that if such were the case, the coupon would have stated "limit 1 item per coupon", no? She called a floor supervisor over--the supe said that the coupon was indeed one item per coupon, because the statement "$5 off any video game" meant that it was just for one video game only. I then asked him why, that if such were the case, why would the instructions include "scan product UPCs"--note the plurality of the acronym "UPC". He finally relented, if only because he didn't want to waste any more of his time arguing with me. So, was I right in interpreting the coupon the way I did? I know all this is pretty moot because I did get the $5 off both items instead of just one item, but I felt that I was in the right in interpreting the meaning/use of the coupon. Thanks!