Monday, February 13, 2012

29 Days Of Couponing Tips: Stacking Coupons!

Day 1: Coupon Inserts 101
Day 2: Printable Coupons
Day 3: eCoupons
Day 4: Coupon Clipping Services
Day 5: More Ways to Find Coupons
Day 6: How to Organize Your Coupons
Day 7: How to Quickly and Easily Clip Your Coupons
Day 8: How to Purge Expired Coupons
Day 9: Know Your Coupons {What does the fine print mean?}
Day 10: Coupon Rules & Tips Every Couponer Needs To Know
Day 11: Know Your Store's Coupon Policies!
Day 12: Know Coupon Lingo & Abbreviations
Day 13: Stacking Coupons

If you have been following this series so far, then you have probably heard me talk about "Stacking Coupons." If you haven't been following the series, it's okay - you can jump in where you are, and there are all the links above to help you to get caught up!

What does "Stacking" Coupons mean?

Basically, Stacking Coupons means that you can use both a manufacturer's coupon and a store coupon together on one item to save you more money! By combining the coupons, instead of saving $1 for example, then you could save $2! It is a really easy concept once you get it! Please note, that you will need to know your store's coupon policy to know if your store allows "stacking" or not.

In the "Couponing World" you will see a coupon deal post that uses the terms "stacking" or "stack with" or "Use With" or  lines similar to that.

Here is an example for a Target deal.

Buy (2) Cover Girl items for $4
Use (1) $1/2 Cover Girl Manufacturer coupon
STACK WITH $1/2 Target Cover Girl Coupon
Final price = $2 for 2 Cover Girl items

So, if you did the example above, you would be using both a manufacturer's coupon and a store coupons to save $2 instead of just $1. (This just an example, not an actual deal)

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