I want to share a little about coupon stacking. This is an incredible way to save a lot of money on the things you need. You can use a store's coupon and stack it with a manufacturer's coupon. Also, combine this with a good advertised deal and you can save even more money. I have done this both at CVS and Target many times. Today, I bought Huggies diapers on sale at CVS for $8.99. I used a CVS coupon for $2.00 off and a Huggies coupon for $2.00 off so I only paid $4.99 for the diapers. I also bought a large refill pack of Huggies Wipes on sale for $5.99 and used a CVS coupon for $2.00 off and a Huggies coupon for $1.00 off so I only paid $2.99 for a large refill pack with over 200 wipes.
I always scan my CVS card when I enter the store at the kiosk and have gotten many good coupons to combine with manufacturer's coupons. I recently received a mailer with several high value CVS baby coupons that I can combine with manufacturer's coupons. Target sends out great coupon mailers and has online printable coupons that are easily combined with manufacturer's coupons. So the basics of coupon stacking are simple and easy to do. Just combine a store coupon with a manufacturer's coupon. If you know of other stores that let you combine their coupons with manufacturer's coupons, I would love to learn more.
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Hi, I'm Faith, a former Family and Consumer Science teacher turned work at home Mom blogger. I love God, my family, and food. You can usually find me in the kitchen preparing family friendly, homemade recipes and taking lots of pictures.
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