6 Retailers That Let You Double Up on Coupons
Coupon stacking is one of the best ways to save money. These retailers let you do it.
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Coupons can help you score everyday products on the cheap if you know a few tricks. And coupon stacking might be the best trick of all.

It’s the practice of applying multiple coupons, such as a manufacturer coupon and a store coupon, to a single product.

Few retailers allow coupon stacking, but the following are exceptions. These stores will accept two and sometimes three coupons for the same item.

1. BJ’s Wholesale Club

BJ’s allows you to stack one of each of the following on a single item:

2. CVS Pharmacy

CVS allows you to stack one of each of the following:

  • Manufacturer coupon
  • CVS coupon

3. Dollar General

Dollar General allows you to stack one of each of the following:

  • Manufacturer coupon
  • Dollar General coupon

Note that Dollar General requires you to sign up for a free online account to access its digital coupons. You can also access store coupons via Dollar General’s app.

4. Rite Aid

Rite Aid allows you to stack two or all three of the following:

  • Manufacturer coupon
  • Rite Aid Manufacturer coupon
  • Rite Aid Valuable coupon

The standard manufacturer coupons that Rite Aid accepts have a UPC barcode that begins with “5.”

What the company calls “Rite Aid Manufacturer” coupons have a UPC that begins with “49.” These coupons are usually found in Rite Aid’s weekly ad and on its website. They are also emailed to customers.

Rite Aid’s store coupons, called “Rite Aid Valuable” coupons, have a UPC that begins with “48.”

5. Target

Target allows you to stack two or all three of the following:

  • Manufacturer coupon
  • Target coupon
  • Target Circle offer

Target Circle is the retailer’s loyalty program, which you can join for free.

6. Walgreens

Walgreens allows you to stack one of each of the following:

  • Manufacturer coupon
  • Walgreens coupon

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