Coupon and voucher difference
Vouchers and coupons can be found in magazines to cut out or can be downloaded from the internet.
The retail "sale" of such certificates, cards, or coins is not considered to be an actual sale, and thus is not normally subject to sales tax, nor is it reported in a company's sales figures, or subject to any coupon or other discount. What is the difference?
Maybe they use these two words differently in the UK and US. Questions Tags Users Badges Unanswered.