Can I Use More than One Coupon on the Same Item?
Over the past couple of weeks I have had several readers e-mail me with questions on this topic. Today reader Denise asked:
“If I have a coupon for save $ 10 on any two Centrum vitamins and a coupon for save $5 on any two Centrum vitamins and a coupon for save $2 on one Centrum can I use all thee of these on my purchase of TWO Centrums at the same time of purchase?”
My answer to Denise: If these coupons are all manufacturer’s coupons you would only be able to use one of the coupons for $10 off 2 Centrum or else the $5 off 2 Centrum coupon. You could not use both of them at the same time. If you had more than one $2 off coupon you could use one of these on each package of Centrum, but not combine it with the other coupons. For example if you buy two packages of Centrum and have two coupons that are each for $2 off one package of Centrum, you could use both of these coupons and end up saving a total of $4 off two packages of Centrum.
The only exception to this rule would be if one of the coupons was a store coupon and not a manufacturer’s coupon. Then, at most stores, you would be able to use both a store coupon and a manufacturer’s coupon on the same item. An example of store coupons are the printable Target coupons, the coupons that Walgreens has in their weekly flyer, or coupons your grocery store may publish in their weekly ad. (However, grocery store flyers sometimes also include coupons that are labeled as Manufacturer's Coupon at the top….so these could not be combined with other manufacturer's coupons.)