Savings Secrets: Stacking coupons to save even more money at the grocery store


Did you know that a lot of stores have their own store coupons that you can use to save money on your favorite products? The nice thing about those store coupons, is that you can stack them with manufacturer coupons to save even more money. Here’s how it works: Aimee Brittain from explains in this Coupon Stacking video.

There are two types of coupons: 

  • Store Coupons – coupons that are distributed by a store like Target or Kroger. 
  • Manufacturer Coupons – coupons that are distributed by brands like P&G or General Mills.

How do you know the difference? Well, the coupon will actually say at the top whether it’s a manufacturer coupon or a store coupon. 

The great thing about these is that you can use both coupons on one product. Here’s an example.

Aussie Shampoo on sale for $1.99
-Use a $1/1 Manufacturer coupon
-Use a $1/1 Target Store coupon
=Free after sale and coupons.

Remember to always check with your store’s policies and find out if they have store coupons that you can use to save money while shopping. 

You can learn these tips and more at a Savings Nation coupon class in your area. Register for a class now!


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  1. ChuckG

    2 years ago

    The stores I’ve visited in last few years have a small box somewhere right on a shelf. You can grab a coupon there or right on the product itself. It’s a great way to entice you to buy a product.

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