I have read the threads regarding combining price match and coupons, and how this is generally not allowed because the coupons usually state 'cannot be combined with any other offer'. There are cases where this combination is allowed, such as when it's a manufacturer's coupon.
Now, I have a Best Buy coupon that does NOT state that it cannot be used with any other offer. Is the store then required to honor a price match AND the coupon? Based on the terms and conditions of both the price match and the coupon, there is no indication why they would not (i.e. neither state that it cannot be combined with another offer).
The item is a $1,699 lens. Price match to a local retailer at $1,584. Coupon is for $100 off camera accessories greater than $1,000. Total price would be $1,484. The coupon ends today (April 26th) so any expert advice is greatly appreciated!