Extreme Couponing: How to use coupons on multiple products.

March 15, 2012 11:04 am

by Jennifer Freeman

 

couponing Questions

What does it mean when printed on the coupon it has “one coupon per item purchased”?

There are 2 basic coupons:

1.  Single item coupon, meaning the coupon is for a dollar amount off one product only.
$.50/1 Suave Hair Care

2.  Multiple item coupon, meaning the coupon is for a dollar about off more than 1 product.
$1.00/2 Gillette Shave Cream  or $1/3 Trident Gum

 

For the single item coupon, for each item purchased you can use 1 coupon per item.   Buy 2 Suave Hair Care products, use 2 coupons.

Buy 2 Suave Hair Care items @ $2 each = $4.00
Use 2 $.50/1 Suave Hair Care item coupon =$1 off
=$3 for both items

For the multiple item coupon, buy the number of products specified on the coupon.

Buy 2 Gillette Shave Cream items @ $2 each = $4
Use 1 $1/2 Gillette Shave Cream items coupons = $2 off
=$3  for items, and buy them both in one transaction.

 

Do you have more couponing questions?  Please leave them in the comments below and I will do my best to answer them.

There are beginning coupon resource sections for you to read and get added Extreme Couponing information.

 

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Gaye Marianes-Fox March 15, 2012 at 7:50 pm

Does CVS accept Walgreen’s coupons and vice versa?

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Jennifer Freeman March 15, 2012 at 10:04 pm

No sorry neither store accepts the other stores coupons.

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