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How to stack multiple dash button credits. For select items only.

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So many SDers have so many dash credits and are frustrated that they can only use one per order. There is a way around this for select items.

1. []
2. Choose a category and a sub category
3. Check out list of items you can use your credits on (link is right above add to cart button)
4. Buy samples
5. Wait until samples ship, get credits
6. Buy something with the credits. Credits stack with each other and a dash credit on each order.

For example, If you go to Beverages & Food > Jerky & Dried meats there are 5 samples. The sample credits can be used toward these items. [] There is something on the list that is $11 and I want it. I buy 3 of the samples and wait a couple of days for my credit. Then I order:

Stuff I am buying $11.00
Sample credit -$6.00
dash credit -$4.99
total $0.01

If I want something more expensive, I can buy up to 1 of each of the samples within the same category.

Please note that dash credits get applied before sample credits. So, if in the above example I had purchased all 5 samples ($10 credit) and had a dash credit on my account, it would look like this:
Stuff I am buying $11.00
Sample credit -$6.01
dash credit -$4.99
total $0.00

And I would have $3.99 of sample credit left over.

You can do the same thing at [] but since the boxes are usually more than $5 you would have to add some real money to make it work.
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