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Question for paper couponing experts!

Shopgirl
Skilled Saver

So, if I have a PC for $5 off 1 Refresh eye drops, and a PC for $8 off 2 boxes, if I get two boxes, can I use both coupons at the same time, thus a $13 savings for 2 boxes? (This would be at Target.)

Thanks!!

7 Replies

Re: Question for paper couponing experts!

Francoise
Skilled Saver

@Shopgirl @Good question.

The short answer: You would need to buy 3 boxes to use both coupons.

The long answer: Having to buy three would be true anywhere, not just at Target. This is the meaning of "one coupon per purchase". You can use one coupon for 1 item and the other coupon for 2 items.

Re: Question for paper couponing experts!

Shopgirl
Skilled Saver

darn it! I figured as much but wanted to hear from y'all before I waste my time trying!  thank you!

Re: Question for paper couponing experts!

Francoise
Skilled Saver

A girl can dream! 😃

Re: Question for paper couponing experts!

LizH4011
Core Shopper

I believe @Francoise is correct. However, I will say that for me at least, digital coupons at Stop & Shop have both applied in the same scenario you mentioned. 

Re: Question for paper couponing experts!

Vwbug0809
Deal Sharer

No. You can’t use the single coupon.

Re: Question for paper couponing experts!

Jc49004
Saver

No because the one is already for two of them that's no different than using two coupons for one item

Re: Question for paper couponing experts!

DanyelN
Skilled Saver

@Shopgirl You can only use one paper coupon per item, this is usually mentioned in the teeny print on the bottom of the coupon.  BUT since you said it was at target, but sure to check Cartwheel to make sure there is not a Target offer on the item.  Those coupons can stack.  That is true of any store that offers their own coupons, like Publix or CVS.