A- This is the term used when stores will double a coupon’s value typically only on manufacture coupons and not store coupons. Example, if you have a $1 off coupon, they’ll take $2 off. Stores vary on how often they do this ranging from never, always, on occasion or specific days of the week. Some stores may also set a maximum value limit. Example, no coupons over $2 and only 10 per transaction/day. Also stores may exclude printables and those that say do not double. For instance the coupon above is $.30 it would double to $.60 at Kroger which means pretty cheap Haribo candy!
Most stores that double like Kroger only double coupons $.50 or less and only up to $1.
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