If you’re a seasoned bargain hunter, you’re probably familiar with “coupon stacking”: using more than one coupon or discount on a single item or purchase.
Some retailers don’t allow this practice. But the good news is that many do! Check out the retailers below that allow you to “coupon stack” — giving you the best deals and savings possible.
10 Retailers That Allow Coupon Stacking
Kohl’s is a rock star when it comes to stacking coupons, allowing you to use various combinations of up to four promo codes in a single online order.
Take note of Kohl’s policy page, where the department store chain details which promo code combinations are allowed.
When available, enter a free shipping coupon code followed by a 20% off coupon code.
In addition, you can find a list of Kohl’s coupons here!
Target usually has a massive online library of hundreds of coupons ready to use. If you combine Target coupons with manufacturers’ coupons, you can still save 5% on your order with the Target RedCard, and you get free shipping with online orders!
CVS, like Target, allows one manufacturer coupon and one store coupon per item. Other limitations may apply so check the CVS coupon policy here.
To get the most up to date CVS coupons, click here.
Walgreens also lets you use one manufacturer coupon and one store coupon per item. But the chain’s coupon policy requires that “the number of manufacturer coupons, including Register Rewards®/Savings Rewards manufacturer coupons, shall not exceed the number of items in the transaction.”
Banana Republic also allows more than one promo code to be used in a transaction.
According to its site, this is the policy:
Depending on the promotion, you may be able to apply more than one promotion code to a single online order. For example, if you have a promotion code for free shipping, and another for 10% off an item, you may be able to use both. However, most of our promotions cannot be combined with other offers or discounts.
For a list of all current promo codes, go to this page on Banana Republic’s site here.
Customers who shop at Victoria’s Secret can also use up to two compatible codes per order.
View current coupons and promo codes here.
Dollar General accepts one manufacturer and one store coupon per item.
This is Dollar General’s policy on coupon stacking:
Dollar General does allow the stacking of a single Manufacturer Coupon and a single Dollar General Coupon per single item in a transaction. Stacking of 2 or more Manufacturer Coupons per item is not allowed.
Check out coupons for Dollar General here.
Here is Family Dollar’s policy on stacking coupons:
Only ONE Manufacturer coupon and ONE Family Dollar coupon can be used per ITEM in a transaction. This rule applies to paper, internet, Family Dollar mobile and digital coupons. Duplicate coupons in one transaction are accepted as long as there is an item purchased for each coupon.
Check out coupons from Family Dollar here!
According to Joann’s website, “Customers generally may use more than one (1) coupon in a transaction with the following exceptions:
- They cannot use two (2) identical coupons (i.e., coupons with the same barcode number) in one (1) transaction.
- They cannot use two (2) or more transaction-level discounts in one (1) transaction.
- They cannot apply two (2) coupons or discounts to the same item.“
But, you can only use one promo code online. You can find coupons for Joann stores here.
When shopping online at Michaels, you can utilize more than one Michaels coupon per order if it does not affect more than one item.
For example, you would not be able to use a 20% off of a whole purchase and combine it with a secondary coupon, but you would be able to use a coupon that applies to one item, and another that applies to a second item. Michaels also accepts coupons from competitors including Joann, Hobby Lobby and Hancock Fabrics.
Michaels coupons can be found here.