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- February 4, 2008 at 10:18 pm #255723Guest
Almost every store will let you use a store coupon and
a manufacturer coupon. you have to look at the top tosee what it says. some coupons will be manufacturer
coupons that you can only redeem at a certain store so
they won’t be counted as a store coupon. but moststores will put “store” coupons in their fliers and
those you can add to a manufacturer coupon to maximize
your savings.did you also know that when you are buying a buy one
get one free sale item, you can use 2 coupons. I
didn’t know that for soooo long. When I found thatout I really started saving money!!!! For example…
this week at Publix Juicy Juice large bottles are BOGO
so 2 bottles are $3.19. I have 2 manufacturer couponsfor $1 off each. And I have a store coupon for $1 off
2 bottles. So I paid 19 cents for 2 large Juicy Juice
bottles!!!! Of course I stocked up on that deal!!!!Amy
— Monique <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> You can, but many stores, like Walgreens and cvs> allow you to use
> their coupon along with a manu coupon (from the
> paper or printed> online) on the same item.
> on feb 4, 2008 5:18 pm, kim wrote:> >
> > i thought you could only use one coupon per item> when using coupons??
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