I had a talk with a friend of mine about my love of coupons and she told me that I should explain how to use coupons more on my blog. When I teach coupon classes, I go into detail, but I don't when I am writing my blog post. So starting today, I have a new addition to my blog. "Coupon Term of the Day", each week I will talk about a different coupon term and explain it more so you can save more when you shop.
The Coupon Term of the Day for today is "Coupon Stacking".
Coupon Stacking is when a store allows you to use both a manufacturer's coupon and a store coupon on the same item. When you can pair these coupons with a good sale, the end result is huge savings and/or possibly even free products.
Example of a great coupon deal that you can stack coupons:
Kraft Philadelphia Cream Cheese is priced at $1.94
I purchased two for $3.88
I use a Target $.50 off coupon and (2) $.55 off coupons.
Kraft Philadelphia Cream Cheese Deal: $3.88
Final Price $2.28 for (2) Philadelphia Cream Cheese
Making it $1.14 a piece (Great Deal)
I absolutely love it when I can stack coupons on an item. My favorite store to stack coupons is Target. Over on Target website you can print their store coupons. I get my manufacture coupons from everywhere. I sometimes print them or use the coupons that are from the Sunday Coupon inserts. Check out my latest Target store run and see what I got for $13.17. It was originally $29.86.
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