Using COUNTIFS to find matching criteria across four columns over two sheets

HamillianActor

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Hi guys,

I'm trying to build a spreadsheet for my subscription business and trying to figure out why this COUNTIFS situation is not working for me. I want to break my revenue streams out in the following way:

Product Alpha - US Shipping - Regular Price
Product Alpha - CA Shipping - Groupon Price

Product Beta - US Shipping - Regular Price
Product Beta - CA Shipping - Groupon Price

I have a generated table that tells me (among other things) if a subscription is 1) active or cancelled, 2) US or Canada, and 3) what coupon code was used, if any.

With the first two, COUNTIFS returns the correct result just fine. But Groupon uses unique coupon codes, so I can't just filter for the word "Groupon" like I can for "US". I have another table with the Groupon codes for both Alpha and Beta, not all of which have been redeemed.

So I'm trying to find all the subscriptions for Product Alpha with US shipping that use one of the unique Groupon codes I have in a separate sheet. Then repeat the process for CA shipping. Then repeat the process for Product Beta for both US and CA shipping.

How do I get my COUNTIF to work or what else should I be doing instead?

Thank you!
 

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