At many stores you may use a Buy One Get One Free manufacturer coupon with a BOGO store promotion. One product is free to the consumer and reimbursed by the manufacturer coupon. The other product is also free to the consumer, from the store. If a store’s policy neither specifically allows or prohibits stacking a BOGO coupon with a store BOGO promotion, it is up to the cashier/manager’s discretion as to whether or not they will accept it. Check your local store coupon policy for specifics.
Stores Policies that Specifically Allow Stacking BOGO Promo and BOGO Coupon:
Albertsons: “Albertsons offers of Buy One, Get One Free (BOGO) promotions in their weekly advertisement can be combined with Buy One, Get One Free manufacturer coupons to result in BOTH items being Free.”
Bartell Drugs: "A Bartell ‘Buy One Get One Free’ coupon may be used in conjunction with a manufacturer coupon for the same item.”
CVS: “Buy One, Get One Free promotions may be combined with Buy One, Get One Free Coupons. Customers are responsible for paying applicable tax”
Stores Which Prohibit This Use (the application of a coupon for a free item):
Rite Aid: "Buy One Get One Free coupons cannot be used in conjunction with a Buy One Get One Free promotion."
Safeway (and Safeway affiliates Dominick's, Carrs, Genuardi's, Pavilions, Randalls, Tom Thumb, and Vons): "Coupons may not be applied against any free item received in any offer."
Target: "The use of one Buy One Get One Free coupon requires that two of the valid items are presented at checkout of which one item will be charged to the guest and the 2nd item will be discounted by its full retail price."
Weis: "Coupons cannot be applied against the item received in any offer where a customer buys one or more items to get one or more items free."