Coupon Stacking - When you use one manufacturer coupon and one store coupon on one product.
Manufacturer Coupon- A coupon that a manufacture publishes. These are found in coupon inserts, online coupons, and in stores ( tear pads and peelies). These coupons say " Manufacturer Coupon" at the top of the coupon.
Store Coupon- A coupon that a store publishes. These can be found in sales ads, store coupon books, and newpapers.
I found this coupon in the Walgreens coupon book (this booklet can be found with the sales ads at the front of the store.)
Most stores allow you to use one store coupon and one manufacturer coupon on each item. Make sure you check a stores coupon policy to see if they allow coupon stacking.
Pull Ups on sale for $7.99 at Walgreens
Use $2 off Pull Ups Manufacture Coupon and
Use $2 off Pull Ups Store Coupon
Final Price: $3.99 + tax
Catalina- A coupon that prints at checkout when you purchase certain products. This can be off a certain product or a dollars off a transaction coupon.
Filler Item- A inexpensive item that is added to a transaction so a dollars off order catalina can be used in conjunction with manufacturer and store coupons. (example: a pencil for $0.19)
Some stores print catalinas that can be used off your total order. At most stores if you have one of these you can use it with your manufacture and stores coupons if you add a small filler item. Get familiar with a stores coupon policy before using your coupons, so you know what is and is not allowed. Try using a catalina with your manufacturer and store coupons to save even more.