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Couponing 101: How Many Coupons You Can Use Per Item (Video)

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While Iโ€™ve written about How Many Coupons You Can Use Per Item before, I know some people still donโ€™t fully understand it. I also know some people learn better by hearing someone tell them vs. reading an article. Hopefully this video will answer your coupon questions!

*Note โ€“ I speak softly so you may need to turn up the volume on your speakers.

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  1. Thank you finally I am just starting to try to coupon and have been having a hard time understanding a lot of it I am so happy I found your page you make perfect sense lol everyone else has been so confusing.

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  2. Thank you so much for this video. You really answered the questions that I always wanted to know and couldn’t find anywhere else on the Internet.

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  3. Hello im also new to this coupon’ing thing ive started to simply cut down on my bill not become an extreme coupon as seen on the tv because like any other person i simply dont have that much time to dedicate to it. Anyways i shop at a store called Price Chopper in upstate NY they double coupons up to 99 cents which is great although some items are a little more pricey. My question is what does it mean when a coupon says “limit one coupon per purchase of products and quantities stated.Limit of 4 like coupons in the same shopping trip”??? Does this mean i can use 4 different coupons for the same item ?? they just cant be the exact same im confused thanks for the help

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  4. Hi,
    I had a question about the b1g1 free and b1g1 half off. At walgreens they have a b1g1 half off head and shoulders and i have a b1g1 free coupon for the same thing. Can i combine both or not. Thanks Julia

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  5. Rachel Holland often does coupon match-ups showing one b1g1 coupon and one cents off coupon for 2 things. Are you saying this is wrong?

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    • @Rachel, Rachel is a great friend of mine and we’ve had many discussions about this topic. We disagree on how b1g1 coupons should be used, but I still have great respect for her as a blogger (as well as many other people who disagree with me on this issue). This is a bit of a controversial topic and there are great points on both sides, however I have spent a great deal of time thinking about the logical and honest way to use them. I always prefer to err on the side of caution anyway. If it *might* be wrong then I’d rather just not do it. ๐Ÿ™‚

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      • @Stephanie, I have agreed with you since the beginning on this topic. But wanted to add, that Target now clearly states on their corporate policy that you can’t there (they also added that you can’t use free ip’s which is the one that upsets me ๐Ÿ™ ).

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  6. I have been able to go to my grocery store and use a BOGO coupon, another manufacturer coupon and a store coupon (even from a competitor) on some items. That is an even better savings for me. The two stores I have done this at are Winn Dixie and Publix. Both of those stores in my area accept each other’s store coupons as well as the local Target store coupons. ๐Ÿ˜€

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  7. Great video Stephanie! You did a great job at explaining very clearly the difference between “per purchase” and “per transaction”. This video helps many of us!!

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    • @Amanda, CVS does as well. They had b1g1 vitamins on sale. I bought two, got one free, and then used a $7 off one coupon that I had and got an awesome price. I paid about $2 for $18 worth of vitamins.

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