published Monday, April 12th, 2010


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Q: Can I use two manufacturer’s coupons simultaneously on one item if they come from different sources?

A: The short answer is “no.” Being able to identify manufacturer’s and store coupons is important in the coupon world. For example, if a shopper has a $1-off manu-facturer’s coupon for a product and a 55-cents-off manu-facturer’s coupon for the same item, they must pick which coupon to use. Using both coupons is against store and manu-facturer policies. A manufacturer may issue different coupons for the same item, but the intention is always that only one is being used per product purchased.

— Kelly Thompson and Kasey Trenum

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