If you are couponing then you are going to want to learn how to stack coupons. Stacking coupons is when you use a Manufacturer’s Coupon AND a Store Coupon together on the Same item. This is the only way you can stack coupons and the only way couponers mean when they referring to stacking. So in order to be able to stack coupons first we need to know the types of coupons.
Types of Coupons:
- Manufacturer’s Coupons – Coupons that the Manufacturer’s send out for their own products. Every Manufacturer’s coupon has a Redemption Address on it for the store to send the coupon in to get reimbursed for. Manufacturers coupons actually say Manufacturers coupon on them. Whether it be a coupon out of the paper or one printed online, it’s a manufacturers coupon if it actually says Manufacturers coupon on them (typically at the top, but it can be anywhere – see image below).
- Store Coupons – Some stores have their own coupons they give out. They will state that they are store coupons. These coupons will not have a remit address on them, because they do not need to be sent out to be reimbursed. Often these can be combined with Manufacturer’s coupons for Extra Savings! You can tell they are store coupons when they do not have a remit address on them and often you can tell by the barcodes as they are much different looking.
Above is an example of using a store coupon and a manufacturers coupon together on the same item. Below is an example of how you would stack the coupons together on a sale for extra savings.
Scott Paper Towels, 9 big rolls – $3.99
Use $1.00/1 Scott printable
$1.00/1 Walgreens Store Coupon from the monthly coupon book or Digital Coupon