published Wednesday, April 14th, 2010


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Q: How many manufacturer’s coupons can I use at one time?

A: This is a common question. The rule of thumb is that you can use only one manufacturer’s coupon on each item purchased. For example, if you purchase three of any item, you can use three coupons — one per item purchased. Some stores have limits on how many coupons they will double or how much store savings can be applied. In most cases the wording on the majority of coupons is “limit one per purchase” which means each coupon only applies to one item.

— Kelly Thompson and Kasey Trenum

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