Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Using two coupons doubles the savings

Three times a week, the Savvy Shopper offers price comparisons for a range of items and other advice on how to stretch a buck.

Armed with the Sunday Dispatch, you have a valuable resource for coupons.

Optimize savings by pairing a manufacturer’s coupon with a store coupon. A store coupon can be used only in the store that issues it. They are easy to discern, with the words store coupon printed on them. They can be found on store websites, in store booklets and mailers.

Be sure to look for them when you are matching up manufacturer’s coupons each week.

Most supermarkets and discount chains will allow customers to combine a store-issued and a manufacturer’s coupon for the purchase of one item. This doubles the savings. Match it with a sales promotion, and you receive an even greater discount.

You might not be able to pair manufacturer’s coupons. This includes electronic coupons downloaded on your savings card or printable coupons from the Internet.

Scour the circulars for weekly sales on groceries, and personal-care and household products. For extra savings, match your coupons to sale items.

When you see a store coupon offered, clip it for additional savings

By  Laurie Dixon 
The Columbus DispatchMonday April 9, 2012 7:37 AM

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