|On a recent trip to Safeway, Stan Cash saved $3.90 by using coupons on
each of five different products he purchased, including one for Kraft
Italian salad dressing. Each coupon came from a different source, with
one from a previous purchase; and each was for a different amount in whole
cents. Given the data below, can you solve this Challenger Logic Puzzle by determining each product Stan
purchased, where he got the coupon for it, and how much he got off the
- The coupon cut from the Sunday paper was for $.50 more than the one that
came from a mailer.
- The Cheerios cereal coupon didn't come from a magazine.
- The Tide detergent coupon was for $.30 more than another of the coupons.
- The Cheerios coupon saved Stan twice as much as the coupon he got
in-store from the aisle where he purchased the item.
- The Bounty coupon didn't come from the Sunday paper.
- One of the coupons was for $1.00.
- The coupon Stan tore from a magazine was good for twice as much money
back as the Bounty paper towels coupon.
- The Red Baron pizza coupon wasn't the one Stan acquired in-store.