Friday, July 29, 2011

When and How to use coupons!!

So, How and When DO you use coupons to get these deals?

    For example- If you go to Walmart to use your $1 off 5 Campbell’s Cream of Chicken Coupons, it will end up being cheaper to just buy generic.
    BUT, if you use the coupon when the name brand are at a rock bottom price- or if you match it with a promotion at your corner grocery store – Viola! Cheap Soup!

  • Stacking Coupons, my favorite coupon secret!
    Stacking simply means using 1 Manufacturer Coupon and 1 Store Coupon on 1 Item!!
    Target, and Walgreens, Rite Aid, & Kroger Stores (to name a few) all have store coupons and allow them to be stacked with a manufacturer coupon! (You can never use 2 manufacturer coupon on 1 item… but most stores allow you to use 1 store and 1 manufacturer coupon on the same item)

  • Double Coupons
    Kroger double coupons up to a $.50 value.  This means that one $0.50 off coupon will become $1.00 off, etc.

    • Kmart:  Occasionally Kmart will double coupons.  They may or may not advertise the doubling publicly.

Remember, when a store doubles a coupon, they will match the price of your coupon- for example if you have a coupon for $1 off- they will take another $1 off!  Restrictions usually apply, as to how many coupons you can double, etc.


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