In all advertisements, offers for sale, or sales involving two or more items when at least one of the items is cigarettes at a combined price, and in all advertisements, offers for sale, or sales involving the giving of any gift, concession, or coupon of any kind in conjunction with the sale of cigarettes, the wholesaler's or retailer's combined selling price may not be below the actual cost to the wholesaler or the actual cost to the retailer, respectively, of the total of all articles, products, commodities, gifts, and concessions included in the transactions, except that, if any articles, products, commodities, gifts, or concessions are not cigarettes, the actual cost shall be determined as provided under AS 43.50.800 .
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