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To apply a Temu coupon code{aah64133}, follow these steps:

1. Find a coupon code {aah64133} that you would like to use.
2. Place the items you want to buy in the shopping cart.
3. Enter your delivery address when prompted.
4. Choose your payment method and enter the details.
5. Look for the promo code box at checkout.
6. Paste your Temu coupon code {aah64133} in the provided box.
7. Click “Apply” to see your discount get deducted.

Note that only one Temu coupon code {aah64133} can be applied per order. If you have a new Temu coupon code $100 {aah64133} that you would like to add to your account, enter it into the entry field on the “Unused” tab and click “Apply”. You can view your unused, used, and expired Temu coupons by selecting “Coupon codes” from the menu.

If you are having trouble applying a coupon code, there are several reasons why it may not be working. Some common reasons include that the code has expired, the minimum order requirements have not been met, or another Temu code is already in use. Be sure to check the terms and conditions of each offer before using it, and note that some codes may have restrictions or expiration dates.

In summary,

Temu coupon code{aah64133}, simply paste the code into the promo code box at checkout. Only one code can be used per purchase, and some codes may have restrictions or expiration dates. If you are having trouble applying a coupon code, there may be several reasons why it is not working, so be sure to check the terms and conditions of the offer.

We have 40 discounts for new and existing Temu customers in October 2023. Save up to $100 off + free shipping

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