1. Plaintiffs rely on a logical fallacy.
It is not unfair to summarize plaintiffs’ proposed syllogism as follows:
1. There exist websites that offer coupons where each coupon provides only a partial discount. PB26.
2. There exists legislative history that criticizes a coupon settlement where the coupons offered provided only partial discounts. PB24-25; PB28.
3. Therefore all “coupons” provide only partial discounts.
4. Therefore a voucher for a free product is not a “coupon.” PB29-31.
The formal fallacy in plaintiffs’ logic is even more apparent in the following analogy:
1. There exists a dog racing track where each racing dog is a greyhound.
2. Actor Leonard Nimoy owns a dog that is a greyhound.
3. Therefore all dogs are greyhounds.
4. Therefore a collie is not a dog.Nimoy’s most famous character had a catchphrase for this.
 Cf. Leonard Nimoy, Highly Illogical on Two Sides of Leonard Nimoy (Dot Records 1968). Or, as Woody Allen once said, “All men are mortal. Socrates is a man. Therefore all men are Socrates.” Love and Death (United Artists 1975).