Sunday, July 4, 2010

What is Coupon Stacking?

Did you know that you could "stack coupons?" Do you know what it means to "stack coupons?" If you learn this art in the couponing world, you will get even BIGGER savings.

Stacking coupons does not mean that you are simply putting your coupons in a stack to take to the grocery store with you.

Coupon stacking is when you use a manufacturer's coupon with a store coupon on one item. That's right. You can use two coupons on one item to get BIG savings, but one has to be a manufacturer's coupon, and the other a store coupon. The best time to "stack coupons" are when the items are on sale. Then you get even BIGGER savings.

Here is an example below. This week, Walgreen's has a coupon in their circular for $10.00 off Crest 3D Whitestrips. This is a store coupon. P&G has circulated a few coupons for $10.00 Crest 3D Whitestrips. This is a manufacturer's coupon. What does this mean? You could get $20.00 off Crest Whitestrips, instead of just $10.00 off, if you use both the store coupon and the manufacturer's coupon. Great deal huh? If you like to use Crest Whitestrips, this deal is for you! There are always chances to stack coupons to maximize savings. In summary, coupon stacking is when you can use a store coupon with a manufacturer's coupon on one item to get big savings.

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