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Can you use more than 1 coupon per product?

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I am new to couponing but I have been reading the posts on here and it seems like people are using more that 1 coupon per product. Do stores allow this? Can I use a 50 cents coupon and a 30 cents off coupon on the same product? What if I have on thats 50 cents off two (so I buy two), can I also use a 20 cents off coupon for the same product (but just have it applied to one of the two products)? Thanks for your help, hope this is not too confusing.
post #2 of 5
You can't combine 2 coupons for one product, but if you have a BOGO you can use 2 coupons. Is this what you mean?
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So if I have a BOGO for lets say apple juice, I buy 2 but I can also use my 30 cents off coupon for the apple juice first (non-free) apple juice? That is so cool, I had no idea!
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I didn't either! SWEET!!
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Originally Posted by lucy View Post

So if I have a BOGO for lets say apple juice, I buy 2 but I can also use my 30 cents off coupon for the apple juice first (non-free) apple juice? That is so cool, I had no idea!

It depends how they ring up. If they ring up Item #1 1/2 price and item #2 1/2 price then yes you can use 2 coupons. If they ring up #1 full price and #2 free then they may only let you use 1 coupon.

Also some stores let you use a store and manufacturers coupon, Target and Walgreens are the only 2 I can think of right now but I'm sure there are others.
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