How many coupons can you use at a time for a product. Say you have a coupon for a dollar off, can you print out 5 of them and buy 5 of the item at one time? I have never understood how that worked.
Yes, you can use 1 coupon per item. If you buy 5 products and have 5 coupons, you can use all 5. Now, if your store doubles, they may only double one or 3, whatever their coupon policy is. One coupon per purchase means just that. Every once in a blue moon there could be a coupon that states one coupon per shopping trip, or something to that effect, but rare.so if it say '1 coupon validfor item indicated' that means I could use 5 on 5 of the same item?
thanks for the help guys. Im new to the coupon world and hope to be making a bit of a savings on our food bill. Seems like the biggest problem is finding coupons for food we use. Most seem to be for junk food. I'll have to find out tomorrow if our store takes them printed off the internet, I sure hope so. I did come across a site where a person said printing coupons off the internet was like pirating movies! Im hoping that was wrong!
That is a challenge, but internet coupons (the ones you print out), are a lifesaver if you know all the right places to find them. I get LOTS of coupons on the products I already use. This month, for example, there are a ton of Lundberg's rice coupons floating around the net- $1 off any size. I've been using them to replenish my stock of rice. With the coupons I'm getting the 2# bags of Lundberg's shortgrain brown rice for only $1.19!! :banana02:Seems like the biggest problem is finding coupons for food we use. Most seem to be for junk food.!