Extreme Couponing Tip: Printing Multiple Coupons

“How many of each coupon online can I print? Is there a way to get more?”

Most Internet printable coupons allow 1-2 print outs per coupon per computer. The majority of coupons on Coupons.com, RedPlum.com, SmartSource.com, Target.com, and those available at individual Facebook pages can print out twice. However, some coupons at those sites or ones like Stonyfield.com have a limit of 1 print out per coupon. It is ILLEGAL to copy any coupon.

To get more:

  • Print from multiple computers. If you have multiple computers, you can often print more coupons. Do be careful printing at work or a public library– often they require administrative to install any printing software.
  • If you don’t have multiple computers, ask family, friends, and neighbors! Consider swapping coupons (maybe they need all your pet coupons and would be glad to print some cereal coupons for you) or trade items from your stockpile or a batch of your famous cookies for printable coupons.
  • Many coupons reset and are able to be printed again in the near future.  The time that the most new coupons come out & others reset is the first day of the month.

Remember: Even if you can only print 1-2 copies of each coupon, that’s okay! You should be growing your stockpile slowly, most of the time adding just a handful of items each week.

PDF coupons
Some coupons are in PDF (Portable Document Format), which can enable the customer to print out multiple copies.

“Are these legitimate?” Some PDF coupons are indeed authentic. Always make sure that you are printing them from a reliable source: the manufacturer’s own website. They have thus authorized this format for their customers. Past examples of companies that have used PDF coupons include Sunbelt, Wholly Guacamole, and 3m/ Scotch.

“Will my store accept them?  Will they get reimbursed?” Many store scanners don’t like reading PDF barcodes and will make an angry beep. At this point, the cashier will either push it through or will not accept, citing the reason as they cannot accept coupons that don’t scan or may accuse you of coupon fraud. So it really depends on the store. Before I print off a PDF coupon, I always make sure it’s from a reliable source (the product’s own web page), and I will only print off 1 or 2 and try them at my store. Often the angry beep hassle is not worth it for me. But if a manufacturer puts out a PDF coupon, they should be reimbursing the stores for all of them, since it was at their discretion.

“How many can I print off?” The basic rule of thumb is that you can print off as many coupons as your computer allows you to. Remember, it is ILLEGAL to copy any coupon.

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102 thoughts on “Extreme Couponing Tip: Printing Multiple Coupons”

  1. Anonymous says:

    I went to Walmart with the post it coupon $1/1 that I found here and they told me that they weren’t going to accept it because it didnt have the dollar amount printed on it. Is it true that the manufacture wont reimburse the store if there is no dollar amount printed on it? Did anyone else print that coupon? and if so, was the dollar amount printed on yours?

    • Coloradocouponer says:

      Walmart is not correct on that. The post it coupon is a manufacturer coupon from 3M. These typically are a speciic amount off. They should treat it like any other cents off MQ otherwise there would be almost no coupons for them to accept..

  2. Alohacoupon says:

    Sorry I meant Barcodes are the same.

  3. Alohacoupon says:

    Hi kcl. Sometimes when I print all the arcades are the same but I have three comps and I do two prints each. The number at the top are all different way do I say to my cashier wen she won’t except it?

  4. Thegatesfam says:

    What is with having comments approved by a moderator? Isn’t this America? Free Speech? Or are you guys just having too many fights on here lately :( I hate to see it going this way. :(

  5. Rytifgates says:

    Also, if you do copy coupons, you could go to jai. Just FYI. There was a lady in Portland that had a stockpile of thousands and thousands of dollars worth of stuff. She had been copying coupons. They took the stuff from her and put her in the clink for theft….based on the value of the stockpile.

  6. Rytifgates says:

    Also, if you do copy coupons, you could go to jai. Just FYI. There was a lady in Portland that had a stockpile of thousands and thousands of dollars worth of stuff. She had been copying coupons. They took the stuff from her and put her in the clink for theft….based on the value of the stockpile.

  7. Amanda says:

    I’m having the same problem. It has me reinstall the coupon printing software every single time and I was okay with it because it was printing, but now I even after I install it I still can’t print. I downloaded firefox solely to print coupons because it stopped working in safari as well. I am really annoyed with it.

  8. OK i have a question…so do stores like walmart, walgreens and target accept black and white printed coupons???? please help..

  9. OK i have a question…so do stores like walmart, walgreens and target accept black and white printed coupons???? please help..

  10. OK i have a question…so do stores like walmart, walgreens and target accept black and white printed coupons???? please help..

  11. Candie says:

    I think it’s fantastic that you are sharing this important information with nubees like me! I am really frustrated that I can’t print Target and Catalina coupons-I’m using Windows 7- any suggestions?

    • TammySSoik says:

      Catalina coupons are printed from the registers at the store after you by the specified amount. You should be able to print Target .

  12. Bcr8ve says:

    One thing I’ve found frustrating about printing coupons is that the programs used to print them don’t work with Linux-based operating systems. I have two laptops – one Windows OS and one Ubuntu (Linux) OS. I haven’t been able to print coupons from the Ubuntu computer. :-(

  13. CPHELPS says:

    I guess my question is, i go to college and we have a large amount of computers. All of my classes know that I coupon, and during our BREAK time i ask them if they can all log in and print out a certian coupon getting me 30 – 60 of them. This goes along with the target as well. I have been harrassed by managers telling me I duplicate them. Even after showing them my id, and showing them the different numbers on the car, they still feel the need to try and blacklist me from the store. They say its two coupons per person not computer. Is there anything that can be done about this?

    • CPHELPS says:

      Sorry about that, I show them my school id, and the manufacter coupon with different numbers on each one… and I am still being blacklisted.

      • Butterhead16 says:

        go under cover. Get yourself a wig & different color binder to use as separate identities. What you are doing is extreme but it is still playing by the rules. You should be allowed any amount you can legally aquire! If I was in your situation, I would totally get a different wig from my natural hair color/length/style and go for it!

    • CPHELPS says:

      Sorry about that, I show them my school id, and the manufacter coupon with different numbers on each one… and I am still being blacklisted.

    • Fredda Crabtree says:

      I too go to college, and at school I have plenty of friends and classmates that are willing to go across the street to the local Wal-Mart and pick up something for me when they are there to purchase something for themselves. The secret to my success is finding out what my friends want at Wal-Mart and finding coupons for them.

  14. feliza says:

    I have contacted 3M regarding their $1 off any post-it labels and they stated that “These coupons are valid and maybe printed multiple times and it is up to the retailer as to wheter they will accept it or not”. I will take this email to Walmart and purchase more.

    • Bcccrc says:

      I printed these coupons but it says any post-it Labels not the post -it Notes. Couldn’t find them at my walmart.

      • Jess says:

        I used the 3m coupon for post it tabs and used the target coupon for post it tabs and got them for .46 cents each.

  15. dmh says:

    I was wondering how people printed coupons at the library because they have to install the coupon print program. I didn’t think that library computers allowed one to make changes to the system or download anything on the computers…..

  16. Teach678 says:

    That’s like saying “the car didn’t specifically say not to steal it.” It’s still illegal.

  17. Amandacable1 says:

    I am not going to do it because it is wrong, but out of curiosity, if you do copy the coupons, will they work?

    • Anonymous says:

      If you do copy coupons, they may sometimes go through at the register, but when they are sent to the clearinghouse and are scanned, the system knows that it has been copied (the fine print includes your IP address and a unique series of numbers that are exclusive to only one coupon) and will not reimburse the store, so the store loses that money, just like the product had been stolen.

      • Amanda says:

        Thanks, good to know.

      • Coloradocouponer says:

        Not that I would copy a coupon but I was curious how that worked too. I would also be really interested to know what the redemption process is for the store. How does it work and how long does it usually take for stores to be reimbursed? I sometimes wonder if manufacturers are quick or slow to reimburse and if that is perhaps some of the reason why stores are more cranky to accept coupons. I would also love to know numbers on the quantities of coupons being used now. I teach economics and this is interesting data.

        • Anonymous says:

          Here’s the coupon reimbursement process:
          The cashier scans the coupons in when you pay and go into either her drawer or an envelope. At the end of the day, when it’s time to count out her till, she will count the coupon values and add them to her total drawer count. The total of the cash and coupon value in her drawer will be calculated to ensure the drawer is accurate. The store manager will collect the week’s manufacturer coupons and put them in a pouch to mail, to the store’s head-quarters or straight to a coupon clearinghouse.
          Here’s where the real work begins. Over 90% of clearinghouses use Mexican labor. Some use US state prison labor where prisoners count and sort coupons. As you can imagine, the variance in size, printing, material, and all the wrinkles in the paper make it necessary to do much of this sorting by hand. Coupons are first sorted by manufacturer. Then, coupons from one manufacturer are placed on a conveyor belt, and a large scanner scans each UPC bar code and totals the value of all those coupons. Coupons that are damaged will be sorted and totaled by hand. Once the clearinghouse has separated and determined the total value of the coupons, they send the coupons and the invoice with the total due in reimbursement to the manufacturer. Lastly, the manufacturer pays the store back for the amount of the coupon’s value, plus shipping & handling.
          Manufacturers ask stores to provide “proof of purchase” for nearly all types of coupons. Manufacturers require stores to submit supplier information, product purchase receipts, and product movement reports. Keep in mind that this proof of purchase is from retail stores. Manufacturers want to make sure that the retailer’s customers have redeemed the coupons, and the store is not just cutting Sunday newspaper coupons and submitting them as though redeemed by customers.
          Manufacturer coupons provide a handling fee, usually around $0.08, which is simply an additional fee the grocer receives for the trouble of accepting a coupon. If a small grocery store handles, sorts, totals, and invoices the manufacturer on its own, that stores keeps the handling fee in addition to the coupon value as reimbursed by the manufacturer. If a store uses a clearinghouse as addressed above, the clearinghouse costs is covered by the handling fee, and the store is reimbursed for the coupon’s face value. Some larger grocery stores still get a portion of the handling fee back from the clearinghouse. This whole redemption process takes about a month.
          According the to April 2010 Nielson Report, “All told, 83% of units purchased with manufacturer coupons in 2009 were done so by just 22% of households. Coupon enthusiasts—the heaviest users—accounted for 65% of manufacturer coupon unit purchases and 18% of all unit purchases in 2009.” For more on the latter, check out: http://blog.nielsen.com/nielsenwire/consumer/the-coupon-comeback/

          • Coloradocouponer says:

            Thanks for the explanation. It was awesome to learn this. Another use of “outsourced labor”. BTW – love your radio show. Keep up your awesome work. It makes a difference and we all appreciate it.

          • Coloradocouponer says:

            Thanks for the explanation. It was awesome to learn this. Another use of “outsourced labor”. BTW – love your radio show. Keep up your awesome work. It makes a difference and we all appreciate it.

  18. Amandacable1 says:

    I am not going to do it because it is wrong, but out of curiosity, if you do copy the coupons, will they work?

  19. Chas Thomas says:

    Has anyone tried boot-able hard drive sectors with independent operating systems and drivers on a single machine?

  20. Katie says:

    How do you know if a coupon is legit or not? I’m new to this and don’t want to assume that every link is a legal coupon. Thanks!

  21. Katie says:

    How do you know if a coupon is legit or not? I’m new to this and don’t want to assume that every link is a legal coupon. Thanks!

    • Anonymous says:

      The sites listed above (coupons.com, redplum.com, etc) are legitimate coupon printing sites that you have to download certain software for that records your computer’s IP address. They are safe to use. For a list of legitimate current printable coupons, check out our Database here: http://thekrazycouponlady.com/print-coupons/

  22. Sherry says:

    For the PDF coupons, I often make a screenprint of the website’s URL and/or header to bring with me. For example, the print out Chiquita Bites aren’t ringing at Walmart by me, but I had a screenprint of their Facebook page showing where they authorised the coupon with me to show the cashier.

    It’s basically like having the store policy with you. You may never need it, but it’s good to know it’s there if you do.

  23. Gem says:

    I found a person on Ebay Selling over 300 copies of the Bengay $5/1 Coupons.. I asked her if they were copied.She hasnt answered..
    I am guessing they are copied. How can one person get over 300 of the same coupon??? Especially when they were only up for less than 2 days! Can someone answer this?? I think its terrible people are buying these from her!

  24. Lena says:

    walmart is refusing to take my tape and post it note coupons saying all the numbers have to be different??? I am having a lot of issues with this particular walmart. I even told her I could show her where it came from and it was a legit coupon but she said no way would she take more than one!! I was so mad I left my whole order and walked out because she was treating me like I was a horrible person for using coupons!

    • Bcccrc says:

      Only 1 of mine was scanning, contacted 3m & they stated you can print more than 1 but the coupon is linked to 1 per trans

    • Davina Lucas says:

      I had a similar thing in Walmart. I price matched the tape the other week then gave them the coupons and they said they couldn’t take it as it didn’t have scissors around the border! I did have a good laugh!!! They then tried to take them off but as they had price matched it kept saying not found then said “oh just take them anyway”!

  25. Trixie says:

    I’m trying to make better use of my printer paper. It really burns me up to print one coupon on one piece of paper. If I’m only printing one coupon from a site I put the same piece of paper in, oriented correctly, to print the second…that’s if the first coupon didn’t print in the middle of the page or have a full page ad with the coupon (Milka chocolate).

    Besides choosing black and white printing option, are there any other printing tricks you can share?

    • Mark says:

      In your printing preferences, set the print quality to draft. Not only will it conserve a TON of black ink, but it printers in 1-2 seconds.

    • Tonya Bragg says:

      I use black ink, which is an obvious. But I have recently noticed that I can “catch” a coupon while printing-meaning that if the coupon is at the top of the page first, then I can press my “stop” button, and it shoots out the rest of the page without printing the ad. You have to watch it printing to time it just right, atleast in my case. Try it with a Q you don’t care about messing up. Also, after I press the stop, I am still able to hit the back button on computer and print the 2nd coupon. Hope I explained this for ya to help anyone out! :-)

      • Fredda Crabtree says:

        I am a recycler. When I get just one or two coupons on one page, I use a full size folded in 1/4 paper as a cut guide, or cut a piece of cardboard as a format. I cut the 4 pieces apart, then use a small tissue box with lid cut off as a note card box and place it by the phone. I have used this idea for years and never had to by post it notes.

    • Jo says:

      If possible always try to print three coupons get the most out of your paper and ink. Sometimes that just doesn’t happen . . .you see one coupon and it prints in the middle of the page >:( or two coupons. For two coupons I’ll print one then put the paper back in so it prints on the bottom of the page. For one or two coupons, after I cut them out I use the remaining scrap of paper for store lists. I haven’t used my steno pad in ages by doing this. At least it’s not just throwing the scrap paper in the trash.

    • Jecca says:

      Even if it does print a full page ad, you can print another coupon on the back of that page. The store won’t care if there is an ad on the back of a coupon! Just make sure you turn it the right way so you don’t put the coupon on the back of the coupon.

      If you print Target coupons one at a time, they come out in the middle of the page. It takes more time to do them one by one if you are printing a lot, but it is a good way to use up the middle of the page when you have already printed coupons on the top and bottom from other sites.

      I also don’t cut mine out until I’m ready to use them. That way, if I don’t end up using them, I can use the back of the page to print new coupons. I just make sure to mark through the expired coupon on the side I’m not using so there isn’t any confusion at the store.

      I also really recommend recommending investing in a laser printer. I watched sales at Office Depot and found a wireless one for about $50 that will print literally thousands of pages before I have to put new toner in. The toner cartridges go on sale pretty regularly, too, so you can stock up well before you run out and will end up saving so much on ink that the printer pays for itself quickly. Plus, since it has the wireless capability, I can print from all my computers without cords or even being in the same room of the house.

  26. Kevin Huang says:

    The target store lets me. I’ve used copied target store coupons befpore. They let me.

  27. Kevin Huang says:

    thats what i said. earlier.

  28. Monsons99 says:

    I posted this on the FB page, but I’ll put it here too, in case somebody knows the answer :) For many computer generated prescriptions, they have the exact same tiny print borders as well, as part of “tamper evident technology”. They can be printed from a printer without difficulty, but if you try to photocopy them (due to the nature of how copying works and because great detail usually cannot …be achieved), the border just becomes a line, making it easy to spot a copy. I hope somebody tries this for me — I don’t have a copier at home. I’d do it at work, but it wouldn’t look good to have a pharmacist using the copier to fradualently copy coupons, even just for experimentation :) Why else would the coupons have this tiny print border anyway?

  29. Monsons99 says:

    I posted this on the FB page, but I’ll put it here too, in case somebody knows the answer :) For many computer generated prescriptions, they have the exact same tiny print borders as well, as part of “tamper evident technology”. They can be printed from a printer without difficulty, but if you try to photocopy them (due to the nature of how copying works and because great detail usually cannot …be achieved), the border just becomes a line, making it easy to spot a copy. I hope somebody tries this for me — I don’t have a copier at home. I’d do it at work, but it wouldn’t look good to have a pharmacist using the copier to fradualently copy coupons, even just for experimentation :) Why else would the coupons have this tiny print border anyway?

    • KM says:

      Just realized that my post is a little unclear. Let me try again. The tiny print border on coupons looks just like the tiny print border on computer-generated prescriptions, as part of tamper-evident technology. I’m wondering if the same thing happens when coupons are copied (the tiny print becomes a line, not words anymore).

    • KM says:

      Just realized that my post is a little unclear. Let me try again. The tiny print border on coupons looks just like the tiny print border on computer-generated prescriptions, as part of tamper-evident technology. I’m wondering if the same thing happens when coupons are copied (the tiny print becomes a line, not words anymore).

    • Mark says:

      You can use a program called Print Distributor or a similar program that creates a virtual printer, and within the settings of the virtual printer you can set it up to reprint. I have mine to print 5 copies each time I click print on the website.

    • Mark says:

      You can use a program called Print Distributor or a similar program that creates a virtual printer, and within the settings of the virtual printer you can set it up to reprint. I have mine to print 5 copies each time I click print on the website.

  30. TeryLAUS says:

    I am glad you are addressing MAKING COPIES OF COUPONS…I know people who actually do this and get away with it! They do not realize how illiegal and fradulent this is and how this might have an adverse effect on everyone else.

  31. Anonymous says:

    Newbie question – Do you print a coupon when you find it – whether you need it or not, just in case – or do you wait to print when needed? I feel like I am burning through paper/ink and not necessarily using them before they expire. Sometimes if I wait to print then I miss out. How do you all deal with printables?

    • Susan says:

      d3smom,

      I only print coupons that I think I will use. In the first few months of my couponing endeavors, I ended up tossing so many expired, unused coupons. Paper and ink does add up, and I wasted a lot of it. Plus, the more coupons you print, the more you have to keep organized and filed.

      So now, if it’s a hot coupon that I know will not last long and I’m pretty sure I’ll use, I print it right away. If it’s one that I think will be available for a while, then I’ll wait and print if and when the item is on my shopping list for that week.

      I do lose out on deals here and there because I didn’t want to waste the paper and ink on a coupon I wasn’t sure I’d use. But I don’t regret not having printed a coupon when I had the chance. Well, maybe for a minute or two, when I’m reading couponing blogs and find out about an opportunity for a good freebie that that I will miss out on, but I get over it quickly. Off the top of my head, I honestly cannot tell you of any specific deal that I missed out on and regret to this day.

      Hope this helps.

    • Bcccrc says:

      Just went thru my coupons & had ALOT of printables expire. I print alot of coupons for deals I see on posts & then get to my store & find things alot higher & makes it not worth buying. Got to find a balance because sometimes if I don’t print them I miss out on good deals.

      • Beth says:

        Find the link on KCL for the military’s use of expired coupons. The overseas commissaries and PXs will take expired coupons that are as much as 6 months beyond the end date. And, the military families need all the help they can get financially, just like most of us. For about $2 or under, you can send your previous month’s expired coupons to a base of your choice or to a clearing-house person to distribute.

        • Bcccrc says:

          Thanks for putting this info out. We also have a couponing group in our town who collects them & sends them to the military so they don’t go to waste. I need to find the balance (I’m sure comes with experience) Like d3smom I am going thru ink like crazy.

      • Connie says:

        Expired coupons can be donated to Coups for Troops. The Commissionary allows Military families to use them up to 6 months after expiration. Check out their page on facebook.

  32. Sugar says:

    What about the Chiquita bites coupon that everyone is printing so many of??? Im sure this is only meant for one per person! But so many people are talking about how they have gotten so many..

  33. Sugar says:

    What about the Chiquita bites coupon that everyone is printing so many of??? Im sure this is only meant for one per person! But so many people are talking about how they have gotten so many..

    • April2141 says:

      The FB page says to print as many as you like but they are asking one coupon per transaction. I printed 6 yesterday and used them last night at Kroger. When I saw that post from Chiquita this morning I printed 20 more! My kiddos LOVE fruit and most of teh time refuse cookies so this is a WOW coupon for me :)

  34. cwines says:

    I tried downloading the smartsource coupon print program on another computer and it won’t let me do it. I remember having trouble the first time I downloaded it, but can’t remember the trick to fix it. Does anyone know how to get it to download?

    • Agfruge says:

      I had this problem also. I had to download a newer version of java for it to work and then uninstall the old java program.

  35. What if I have multiple printers but only 1 laptop/pc? will that count? or is it the computer that its detecting and not the printer? what if i go to someone’s house to use their printer but with my laptop? thanks a bunch!

    • Couponing1986 says:

      Its the computer! You can not print mulitple coupons from different printers! You can hook up another computer to the same printer and print but you must have multiple computers! Hope this helps!

    • Couponing1986 says:

      Its the computer! You can not print mulitple coupons from different printers! You can hook up another computer to the same printer and print but you must have multiple computers! Hope this helps!

    • Blog Diva says:

      Its’s the browser on your computer that is recording your IP address and activity and knows what you have already done.

      • Thanks to both Couponing1986 and Blog Diva! :)

      • Mark says:

        It does not take your IP address into account. At work we have over 50 computers that all have the same public IP address to the outside world. Yet you can print 2 coupons from each computer. Also, it is not saved in cookies either. I have an advanced program that clears all history, cookies, and temp files yet the printer still recognizes the printer history. I believe it is a history hidden within the coupon printer ActiveX add-on that is not accessible.

      • Yup! I think if you reset your IP address you could print out multiple coupons on one computer. Haven’t tried it yet though.

        • Christina says:

          I could be wrong but I think it actually goes off of your MAC address, which is specific to your computer, not you IP location. There is a way around it but it is time consuming and to me not worth the hassel.

          • Davina Lucas says:

            I don’t think it’s MAC address either as I had printed coupons form one of my laptops and then received my windows 7 upgrade CD so installed that and was pleasantly surprised to see I could print the coupons again! From what I have been told it writes to the registry when it prints a coupon and when a coupon resets it is actually a new coupon therefore another entry in the registry. It isn’t IP address related as all my computers have different IP addresses on my network but appear as the same IP address on the Internet. Also, some ISPs use dymanic IPs. If it were tied to IP I would be able to print more when I got a new IP from my ISP.

  36. Also, I think you can usually print from different browsers. I was having issues with Google Chrome for one of the coupon sites, so I opened it up in Firefox. I found that I could print multiples of coupons I had already printed by using a different browser. It doesn’t ALWAYS work, but sometimes it does.

    • Ann says:

      Tiffany can you tell me how to use Google Chrome? I tried printing but it kept prompting me to download coupon printer and i did but it was like google chrome wasn’t recognizing it or something, not sure. I would love to be able to print more coupons because I have a large family. Thanks in advance :)

      • Chaney H says:

        You probably have an older version of java, and the coupon printer is not installing properly for google chrome. I had this same problem. It took forever to get the old version of java installed, but I finally got it fixed and installed the coupon printer. Also a note, smartsource coupon do not like google chrome. Yesterday I tried printing the $1.50/1 skintimate cream shave coupon and it would not print from chrome (had to switch over to Internet explorer).

    • Anonymous says:

      The great majority of the time (at least 95%+), the allowed number of print outs is tied to your computer, not per browser.

      • Mark says:

        Correct. The history is within the coupon printer ActiveX add-on. Clearing cookies, history, or changing IP addresses (Free WiFi HotSpots) does not change the 2 prints cap.

      • mrsbrooks says:

        i had actually had a weird experience with this lol so i printed my two bengay coupons out and then went to lap top and printed another too…well sadly i only got one before internet went down so i was happy with three…went and got my bengay etc etc…couple days later turn on laptop and printer and here prints out TWO yes TWO more bengay coupons so in the end i ended up getting 5 lol thought it was weird just had to share lol

  37. Becky Kelly says:

    my target rarely lets me use two of their coupon because it says one per tranaction, which is dumb especially since the website allows you to print off two per computer. And the nexcare $1 off coupon is a pdf from their site. my walmart will only take one at a time stating using multiples of them was not the company’s intention for people to do. I have redeemed a lot before but now they are cracking down on that. I think it should be allowed if they made it a pdf and not a bricks….. they do not like same number coupons, and they make the customer feel like it is a fraudulent COPY even if it isn’t. I wish they would teach managers/cashier all about coupons, I have had to explain myself too much!

  38. Jennifer Coupon says:

    What about the Rite Aid, AdPerk coupons, since it actually gives you the printer dialog box with the option of number of copies…can you print more than one copy?

    • Becky Kelly says:

      i do not believe it will let you use more than one of those. one per wellness account. i had some extras i tried once that i couldn’t remember using and they would not go through.

      • Kellysinnh says:

        i misunderstood the question about the RA ad perks. i have tried before and it would not accept a duplicate coupon. one coupon per wellness account. the numbers are right on the coupon.

    • Anonymous says:

      You cannot since it is tied to your card– so it will only accept the first one.

    • Lauren Thoman says:

      Whenever the printer dialog box opens where you can select more than one copy (it happens on some manufacturer’s websites too), you should still only print one. Selecting more than one copy (active word: “COPY”) is basically the same thing as making copies on a copier. You’re just using slightly different equipment and processes to do it. Bottom line: still illegal.

      • JennyLS says:

        This is not always true. Garden of Eatin’ pops up the dialog box, and you may print numerous copies, which each have a unique barcode number, making them perfectly legal copies.

    • N_davis5 says:

      Rite Aid disables the bar code after it has been scanned. Therefore, if you print the same coupon twice, you can only use one of them

    • N_davis5 says:

      Rite Aid disables the bar code after it has been scanned. Therefore, if you print the same coupon twice, you can only use one of them

  39. Dawn says:

    You Can’t Copy Any Coupons Including Target

  40. Kevin Huang says:

    I think you can copy target coupons. It doesnt say “void if copied, reproduced, or scanned.”