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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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build a bear printable coupon

I’ve got three big Build A Bear fans in our house and when there’s a coupon, I’m a fan too.  Get $5 off a $10+ purchase with this printable coupon!

Most bears run at or above $10 anyway, so the value works out nicely.  Don’t forget to take your bear virtual with the online code to bearville.com.

Coupon expires 8/31.

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    • Lilchickfarm

      this is going to work great along with my $10 gift card!  

    • Lilchickfarm

      this is going to work great along with my $10 gift card!  

    • Mary Laura

      Can someone help me decipher the language on this coupon. I have access to two printers and was able to print out 4. I’m going with my friend and her two sons on a roadtrip this weekend and we’re going to be hitting a mall with a Build-A-Bear. I’d like to have a coupon for all of us to get a bear/ animal each. Here’s what the coupon says:
      Must present original coupon at time of purchase… Valid for coupon recipient only. Limit one coupon per person per visit. Nontransferable.
      If the four of us showed up to Build-A-Bear, each with a coupon in our hands, would they work for all of us? It’s the “Valid for coupon recipient only” part that is making me scratch my head. I guess I was the coupon recipient since I printed them off. But if I handed one to each of my friends are they now the coupon recipients? Or what if by the time we hit Build-A-Bear the kids have already spent all their money and start begging their mom or me to pay for them (And believe me this is a strong possibility) Could we use more than one coupon in a transaction- or would we have to give the kids their own money to go with the coupon (keeping it four transactions instead of one or two)
      I have a feeling coupon limits like “Valid for coupon recipient only” are to prevent people from buying a bunch of cheap bears and then reselling them for profit. And that’s not what we’re doing here. (No need for us to stockpile stuffed bears…. Yet) We each want one that will be OUR bear.
      But if we all show up with a coupon at the same time, is that going to send the Build-A-Bear coupon police out on us? Or am I over thinking this?

      • Gingiraffe

        I usually interpret the one person per coupon per visit to mean you need to do 4 transactions.  I’m not sure about the other part, but it probably means that you can’t sell the coupon.

    • Mary Laura

      Can someone help me decipher the language on this coupon. I have access to two printers and was able to print out 4. I’m going with my friend and her two sons on a roadtrip this weekend and we’re going to be hitting a mall with a Build-A-Bear. I’d like to have a coupon for all of us to get a bear/ animal each. Here’s what the coupon says:
      Must present original coupon at time of purchase… Valid for coupon recipient only. Limit one coupon per person per visit. Nontransferable.
      If the four of us showed up to Build-A-Bear, each with a coupon in our hands, would they work for all of us? It’s the “Valid for coupon recipient only” part that is making me scratch my head. I guess I was the coupon recipient since I printed them off. But if I handed one to each of my friends are they now the coupon recipients? Or what if by the time we hit Build-A-Bear the kids have already spent all their money and start begging their mom or me to pay for them (And believe me this is a strong possibility) Could we use more than one coupon in a transaction- or would we have to give the kids their own money to go with the coupon (keeping it four transactions instead of one or two)
      I have a feeling coupon limits like “Valid for coupon recipient only” are to prevent people from buying a bunch of cheap bears and then reselling them for profit. And that’s not what we’re doing here. (No need for us to stockpile stuffed bears…. Yet) We each want one that will be OUR bear.
      But if we all show up with a coupon at the same time, is that going to send the Build-A-Bear coupon police out on us? Or am I over thinking this?