If you are a budget-conscious shopper, you’re likely always looking for ways to stretch your money even further. One of the best ways to do this is by using coupons when you are shopping at the store of your choice. Here are some of the best stores to use coupons in.
While Sam’s Club doesn’t accept competitor or manufacturer coupons, the wholesaler offers in-house clipless coupons on its items throughout the year. When you use these coupons, you receive the discount automatically at checkout. In addition, if you are a Sam’s Plus member, you can get up to 2% back when you make qualifying purchases.
This regional grocer has a comprehensive and rather generous coupon policy. The retailer helps you maximize your savings potential by accepting up to a total of 20 double coupons every day. You can also save time by downloading the retailer’s coupons directly from their mobile app to your loyalty card. All you have to do to use the coupon is to present your loyalty card at checkout.
If you like shopping at Kroger®, you can download coupons from the retailer’s mobile app or website to your loyalty cards, and have the discounts instantly applied when you are checking out. To use the coupon, you’ll need to first register your loyalty card and make a qualifying purchase, after which you’ll see the cashback coming in. The cashback can be deposited to your PayPay account or redeemed when shopping in-store.
This store has a liberal coupon policy, and accepts both competitor coupons and manufacturer coupons. The chain even allows you to stack your manufacturer coupon with a competitor coupon or a store coupon, thus helping you really maximize your savings. If you are a Publix® Club member (keep in mind that this is free to join), you can send the coupons to your personal account and instantly apply them when you are at the checkout counter.
This national retailer has a great coupon policy that was designed in order to foster the loyalty of its customers. While Dollar General® does not accept competitor coupons, it does accept manufacturer coupons. What’s more, you can stack your store coupon with a manufacturer coupon.
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