Using coupons is one of the easiest ways to save. There are some stores that are better to use your coupons at though to save even more. The reason? These stores allow coupon stacking which means you can use more than one coupon for the same product.
Combine a target coupon, Cartwheel offer or coupon and a manufacturer coupon. This is one of the only places you can combine not two, but three different coupons for the purchase of a single product.
You can use two coupons per purchase. They can be a combination of a manufacturer coupon along with a Publix coupon OR you can use a competitor’s coupon instead of a Publix coupon.
You won’t be eligible for cash back if the coupons exceed the price of the item, but you can use both a manufacturer coupon and a Whole Foods coupon.
You can stack up to two Dollar General coupons for the same product or you can use one Dollar General store coupon along with a manufacturer coupon.
Use one Family Dollar coupon and one manufacturer coupon. They do not allow you to use the same coupons for multiple purchases of the same product so just be sure you have enough coupons for each item you buy.
Combine three offers for the same product. You can use your Extra Care Bucks (ECB) combined with one manufacturer coupon and one store coupon.
Use one manufacturer coupon and one store coupon as long as the coupons are for the exact product you are buying, and the total amount of the coupons is equal to or less than the purchase of the product before sales tax. In other words – you won’t get cash back if the coupons exceed the amount of the product.
This store reserves the right to prohibit ‘excessive quantities’ of coupons so don’t run in with a handful of coupons as they could deny the use of them. However, you can use one manufacturer coupon combined with a store coupon.