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Can you show me an example of coupon overage with stacking?

Posted by on Apr. 3, 2013 at 2:10 PM
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Can you show me an example of coupon overage with stacking?

Overage deals are some of my favorites, because when the value of our coupons exceeds the cost of the item we're buying, in many cases the store actually ends up "paying" us to take the item home. The store won't give you cash back, but the extra money is applied to everything else you're buying that day. Overage is a privilege, not a right... but it's a wonderful way to bring your bill down.

This is an example from Target. Degree men's deodorant is on sale for $2.19.

With a $1.50 Target store coupon and a $1 manufacturer coupon stacked together, I have $2.50 in coupon value on a $2.19 item. I get the deodorant free, plus I have gained .31 in overage

by on Apr. 3, 2013 at 2:10 PM
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by COUPON DIVA on Apr. 5, 2013 at 12:56 PM

 Great info

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