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    Grocery Stores Offering Double Coupons

    This list is no longer being updated. For the updated version, please see Grocery Coupon Guide's Double Coupon Stores
    Last edited by jeffrey; 03-19-2007, 07:40 PM.

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    Re: Grocery Stores Offering Double Coupons

    Copps/PicknSave in Wisconsin doubles upto $1.00( limit 5 coupons), with a min purchase of $25.00, on Wednesdays. It seems like too many restrictions. You can win inspite of this.

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      #3
      Re: Grocery Stores Offering Double Coupons

      The only chain in my area that doubles is Ralphs. It use to be that they would double up to $1.00 on all coupons. This morning, the service manager (who happened to be my checker) told me that, if you have multiple coupons, they will only double the first one. Since I am not a huge stockpiler, this is not going to affect me too much. However, had I known it, I would not have bought about 5-6 items. So, Jeffrey's right, you need to know the rules before you go.

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        #4
        Re: Grocery Stores Offering Double Coupons

        All the Ralphs'es in my are went out of business. The last one that is like 15 miles away from me, will be closing too. I loved it. I used to get so much free stuff from there. I would go and get like $20 worth of staff and pay only like $1. That was so cool. As I remember, they were doubling only 2 same coupons, so I had to go to the store like 5 times per visit.

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          #5
          Re: Grocery Stores Offering Double Coupons

          Shaws in Maine doubles up to a dollar. They also take internet printed coupons under 5 dollars as long as they have the dot code at the top and the bar code on them. They do not take computer printed coupons for free stuff.

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            Re: Grocery Stores Offering Double Coupons

            Originally posted by Amorphous02
            Copps/PicknSave in Wisconsin doubles upto $1.00( limit 5 coupons), with a min purchase of $25.00, on Wednesdays. It seems like too many restrictions. You can win inspite of this.
            Ya I thought that was a great idea til I saw the min purch of $25 ect.

            Kohls used to before they went under, but they were the most expensive grocery store in the area. So unless they had a really good sale & you had a coupon it probably wasn't worth your time either.

            It's a shame though, I hear about so many great deals due to double couponing & we don't get those opportunities!

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              #7
              Re: Grocery Stores Offering Double Coupons

              Well not only does my store have double coupons but the site allows me to make a shopping list from the sales circular? Cool? I will also have a list with which to keep track of rain checks. Since wife and I each have the store card wecan double up! Cool!

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                #8
                Re: Grocery Stores Offering Double Coupons

                Here's some PA stores that you're missng:

                Giant (different from Giant Eagle) doubles up to $1
                Weis (doubles up to 0.99)
                Wegmans (doubles up to .50)

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                  #9
                  Re: Grocery Stores Offering Double Coupons

                  My Ralphs is great, they do double coupons and put a big sign up on the front of the building when they are accepting double coupons. I shoppped there recently and they doubled on all of the coupons I had, even for the same item..maybe there is some flexibility by store??

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                    #10
                    Re: Grocery Stores Offering Double Coupons

                    The wife and I have several stores in area that double coupons so we are splitting up at times to pick up more deals and bulk up! Woo!!HOOO!!!!

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