If you're like me, then you're a big fan of coupons and getting good deals.
Today you can print a $10 off $25 dollar Yankee Candle Purchase here! I just found out today that you can use these coupons at retailers like Bed, Bath, and Beyond, Ulta, or Kohls. I personally contact my local Bed, Bath, and Beyond today; they said they do accept the Yankee Candle manufacturers coupons, but they cannot be combined with Bed Bath and Beyond's store coupons (20% Off, $5 Off $15, $10 Off $30, etc).
There are lots of new coupons to print from www.coupons.com.
Also, there are some you can stack with Target's Printable Coupons and potentially get items for free or under $1.00!
Here are some info/tips that I've come across in my coupon adventures:
- Although Walmart's website states that they accept competitors coupons, the fine print is that they don't accept competitors coupons that have a specific amount off (i.e. $.50 off). They only accept competitors coupons that list a product being a specific price, or B1G1 Free for a specific price).
- When on Coupons.com, you can change the zip code in the top right corner to view and print different coupons. Some popular ones are 90210 and 77477.
- Many grocery stores will double (and sometimes triple!!) coupons! Be sure to check with your local grocery for the specifics. Here in Northern Virginia, Wegmans will double manufacturer coupons up to .99 (some exclusions and limitations apply)! I was bummed that I only discovered this recently and will be moving to an area with no Wegmans stores. :( Harris Teeter also doubles manufactures coupons up to .99. During certain weeks, they will have triple coupons (up to .75 I believe), and/or super double coupons (up to $1.50). Sometimes the coupons will coincide with eVic specials, so keep your eyes peeled and you can get some great deals!
- As briefly mentioned above, you can usually 'stack' manufacturer and store coupons and use both to score a nice price!