What is Coupon Stacking? Stacking Coupons for Maximum Savings

One of the secrets to being an extreme couponer is knowing when to stack coupons! :) Coupon stacking is when you use (1) Manufacturer’s Coupon & (1) Store Coupon to purchase an item. Some of the stores which allow coupon stacking are: Target, Rite Aid, CVS, & Walgreens.

Here’s an example:
As you see pictured above, I have a $.50/2 Skittles Blenders Manufacturer’s coupon. I also have a $1.00/2 Skittles Blenders Target Web Coupon. You can tell it is a Target Coupon, because it says it at the top :) Because Target allows coupon stacking, I will be able to use both of those coupons on the bags of Skittles, netting me a savings of not $.50, not $1.00, but $1.50 off two bags…making them FREE!

Deal Scenario:
Buy (2) Skittles Blenders $0.69/ea
Use (1) $.50/2 Skittles Blenders Manufacturer’s Coupon
Stack with (1) $1.00/1 Skittles Blenders Skittles Coupon
Final Price = FREE!

Where to Find Store Coupons:
Target has printable coupons on their website. Scroll to the bottom and click on Coupons.
Rite Aid has Video Value Coupons that are stackable
CVS has coupons which are dispensed at the In-Store Coupon Dispenser (look for it in your store!)
Walgreens has store coupons found in their monthly coupon book located at the entrance of the store right near the sales flyers!

Still have questions about coupon stacking? Leave them in the comments and I will answer them :)

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  1. Guest says

    I can’t seem to get coupons to print from Target’s site, even after I install the coupon printer. Any suggestions?

  2. Chrystiecorns says

    You may have to restart your computer if you just downloaded the software. Or if you are using Firefox 4, the coupon printer won’t work :(

  3. MMTX says

    So when the coupon says (from Target) one coupon per transaction you can still use a manufacturer coupon on top of that?


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