These can be found in many locations, including ad flyers, website printables (such as Target.com, BJs.com, RiteAid.com, MeijerMealbox.com, and WholeFoodsMarket.com), in-store booklets, Sunday newspaper inserts or via a mobile device.
- As per their coupon policy, Rite Aid will allow you to stack 3 coupons: one "RC48″ coupon, one "RC49″ coupon, and one manufacturer coupon on a single item.
- Some Food Lion, Giant Eagle, Whole Foods, and Kmart locations do not allow stacking a clipped store coupon with a manufacturer coupon, so see your store for details.
- When price matching at Walmart, stacking is not allowed because you may only use one coupon per item.
Load these onto your store loyalty card, and they'll come off automatically at checkout. eCoupons have a limit of one use per coupon. Most stores (such as Kroger, Safeway, and ShopRite) do not allow stacking an eCoupon with a paper manufacturer coupon, but double check your store's policy for specifics.
- Meijer has digital store coupons called mPerks that can be combined with manufacturer coupons.
- Some eCoupons found on store sites like Safeway.com have store coupons that load to your card. These feature a product listed at a specific price and therefore may be used in conjunction with a paper manufacturer coupon.