Coupon Dictionary: What is Stacking Coupons

May 8th

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Coupon Dictionary: What is Stacking Coupons?

 Ok coupon newbies, you may have heard couponers throw around the term “stacking coupons” and may have wondered what that really means.  Well, time to open up our coupon dictionary to break it down:

Stacking Coupons is the use of both a Manufacturer Coupon and a Store Coupon on the purchase of a single item.

And yes, you can do that! If  the definition hasn’t clued you in yet, we’ll just say it- Stacking is an AMAZING thing that can and will help you save even more money. In fact, it’s one of the best ways you can get free products at the store; so not only will you want to know what it means but you’ll want to know how to do it.

You usually are able to stack at stores that have store coupons except for Kroger because their digital coupons are actually manufacturer coupons so you cannot stack.

Here is an example of how stacking coupons works:

At Target  a small package of tums is  $1.48

Use a manufacturer coupon for $1.00 off any tums AND
Use a $.50 Target store coupon off any tums

Final Price of Tums = free!

Here are some of the local stores where you can stack coupons

  • Target
  • Meijer*
  • Dollar General
  • Kohls – this one usually surprises people to know that many of Kohls coupons can be combined -it will say that in the fine print that it can be combined with other offers and promotions. You can also combine more than 1 promotional coupon codes when you are shopping online.

*Meijer has MPerks and Mealbox coupons which are their version of store coupons. However, please note that Meijer now offers alot of manufacturer coupons on their Mperks program. Those would not be not stackable.

Since store coupon policies are always changing, we encourage you to keep up-to-date with all the store coupon policies. Go Here

For more coupon definitions click  Here

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