ShopRite is very coupon-friendly. They have rock bottom prices that are great to stack with coupons. What makes it even better is that they double coupons up to $0.99.

Read and print out ShopRite’s Coupon Acceptance Policy.

Part 1: Coupons accepted by ShopRite

Manufacturer-issued coupons: These coupons are found in the freestanding inserts in your Sunday paper: Smart Source, Red Plum and Procter & Gamble. They can also be found in magazines.

Printable Coupons: ShopRite accepts valid Internet printable coupons. They must be legible, have a valid remit address, and a scannable bar code. ShopRite will not accept Internet Coupons that are for a “Free” product or “Buy One Get One Free” offers.

eCoupons: Load these coupons directly onto your Price Plus Club Card. When you swipe the card or present your phone number to the cashier, you will automatically receive the saving. eCoupons are only good on one product. Some locations allow stacking an eCoupon with a manufacturer coupon.

Store Coupons: ShopRite store “Super Coupons” are periodically printed in the weekly circulars, and most locations allow stacking a store Super Coupon with a manufacturer coupon.

Catalina Coupons: Gray Catalina machines located at registers dispense long, receipt-like coupons. Catalina coupons may be store or manufacturer coupons. They can be for a dollar-amount off your next transaction or a specific product coupon.

Part 2: What makes ShopRite KRAZY!

Double Coupons: Most ShopRite stores will double manufacturer coupons up to $0.99. Customers are limited to doubling up to four identical coupons per household per day. See your local store for doubling specifics and limitations, as it varies from location to location.

Price Plus Club Card: To take advantage of ShopRite sale prices and eCoupons, you’ll need a Price Plus card. You can either go in store and fill out a Club Card application or go here and fill out the application online.

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