Use Both Store and Manufacturer Coupons

Many people do not realize that you can use coupons from the manufacturer along with the store coupon. For example, Walgreen has a coupon for Dawn soap for 99 cents. I have a coupon from the paper for 75 cents off Dawn. I can use them both and get it for 24 cents.


CVS, Walgreen and Dollar General will often have specials that are very cheap. When combined with a coupon, often they become free. I never pay for our shampoo, conditioner, deodorant or toothpaste this way. With CVS, you can register on line for a free card to take advantage of many special prices. However, often their non-special items will be overpriced, so stick to the freebies to come out ahead.

By mom-from-missouri from NW Missouri

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Does that apply to using both coupons on the one item on a store that does double coupon day? Ingles does double coupons once a week. By the way, Kraft is having an offer for a free tote bag by Rachael Ray. You just have to buy a product to win it by mailing in your upc codes. They are also donating a free box of mac and cheese if you click on the link and have coupons there too.


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