Which Stores Still Allow Coupon Doubling?
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Which Stores Still Allow Coupon Doubling?

Posted on Thursday, September 12th, 2013 at 7:00 am
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coupons-in-walletA few years ago, there were plenty of stores that would let shoppers double coupons. Today, thanks to the extreme couponers who have abused that privilege, many stores have stopped allowing people to double coupons. Check the store’s coupon policy before you try to double coupons.

Which stores still allow coupon doubling? According to their current policy, the following stores do:

Acme will double the value of any manufacturer’s coupon that is $0.99 or less. The coupon must be from a national brand manufacturer.

Apples Market will double manufacturer’s coupons up to $0.99 every Monday and Thursday.

A&P allows a limit of two like coupons to be doubled.

Fred’s will double the face value of manufacturers’ coupons up to $0.70 off on Saturdays, only.

Giant Foods will double the savings marked on a manufacturer’s cents-off coupon up to $0.99.

Giant PA requires a customer to use their bonus card in order for a coupon to be doubled. Only 1 coupon for the same item will be doubled. All coupons with a face value up to an including $0.50 will be doubled. Coupons with a face value from $0.51 to $0.99 will be doubled at no more than the value of $1.00. Individual stores may have different policies about doubling coupons.

Harris Teeter will accept up to 20 double coupons per day per customer/household. You cannot separate orders to get around that limit. They will double manufacturer’s coupons up to a face value of $0.99 (with the total amount not to exceed $1.98 or the entire retail of item – whichever is less). They double up to 3 identical items with manufacturer coupon. No competitor coupons will be doubled or tripled.

Meijer allows customers to combine 1 manufacturer coupon per item with applicable Meijer coupons where allowed under coupon redemption codes. Transactions cannot be broken up to avoid coupon stacking restrictions. Meijer reserves the right to limit coupon quantities.

Pathmark allows a limit of 2 like coupons to be doubled.

Publix will accept 1 manufacturers coupon and either 1 Publix coupon or 1 competitor coupon on the same item.

Safeway may or may not allow you to double coupons. Individual stores have their own policies about doubling coupons.

Target has a limit of 4 identical coupons per household per day. They will accept 1 manufacturer coupon and 1 Target coupon for the same item.

Winn-Dixie allows you to redeem 1 store coupon and 1 manufacturer coupon on the same item.

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