Why does "no actual cash value" appear on most coupons and vouchers?

Is there a legal reason? Or is it just common practice?
Asked May 11, 2010
It's both a legal reason and common practice. Common practice because that way you can't try to trade coupons into their stores for money. Legal reasons because that way you can't try to trade it in for money, and then sue them when they won't take it.
Answered May 11, 2010
Because there is no fix amount that will be equivalent to the coupon/vouchers.

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