When it comes to coupons, we’re always stoked about stacking. What’s stacking, you ask? It’s when you stack a manufacturer’s coupon on top of a store coupon for a double-dip discount.
Many retailers offer store coupons, including most grocery stores, Target, Walgreens, Rite Aid and CVS — just check their the weekly ad or inquire at customer service. However, the savings don’t stop there because you can also use a manufacturer’s coupon on the same item.
True coupon clippers are well-versed in the benefits of stacking, but also know that for maximum savings, you should stack coupons on top of a sale price when possible. With the combo of stacking and sale prices, you can often get items for free or pennies on the dollar.
Novices and experts alike can find a great source of manufacturer’s coupons right here on Living On The Cheap. Since it’s the start of the month, there are many new coupons. See the illustration below but note these are expired coupons we’re just using to show you an example.
Manufacturers Coupon = $1 off
Whole Foods Coupon = $1 off
Stack both coupons. Use at Whole Foods $1 + $1 = $2 off your purchase.
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