Grocery Manufacturer Coupons

Grocery Manufacturer CouponsOffered by almost every producer, Grocery Manufacturer Coupons are an excellent augmentation to grocery store coupons, are very flexible and increase the shopper’s savings by stacking the two together.

These coupons are issued by most national manufacturers, and are distributed in a variety of methods. They can be found in national Sunday paper coupon inserts (especially in the Red Plum and Smart Source inserts), direct-mailers, magazines, retailer magazines, package inserts, online at our printable grocery coupons section or at various grocery coupon websites, mail-in forms, and often accompany samples that you receive in the mail.




Not all companies offer printable manufacturer coupons. Some (e.g. Proctor & Gamble) will only offer coupons through the Sunday paper coupon inserts.

Grocery manufacturer coupons are flexible
Not many people know that manufacturer coupons can be used for a variety of products the same manufacturer has.

You don’t need to use the coupon on the exact brand. You only need to use it on something from the same manufacturer or “family.” Obviously, it isn’t broadcasted to the consumer that this can be done, but it always works.

For example, if Kellogg’s puts out coupons for Kellogg’s Special k, you can actually use the coupon to buy any type of cereals by Kellogg’s, even if the coupon doesn’t say it.

Grocery manufacturer coupons can be doubled or stacked
Some stores will double a manufacturer coupon (up to a certain limit) as an incentive to drive traffic into the store.

Most grocery stores, even those that don’t double coupons, will let you stack their grocery store coupons on top of the manufacturer coupons – increasing your savings and getting you items almost for free. Stores that use eCoupos will let you stack them on top as well!

Where to find manufacturer grocery coupons?

Grocery manufacturer coupons restrictions
Coupon manufacturers may or may not place restrictions on coupons, limiting their transferability to ensure the coupons stay within the targeted market. Always read the fine print to avoid unpleasantness ate the register.

Taxes
Since manufacturers reimburse the retailers for the face value of the coupon – the original price of the deal remains taxable, so don’t be surprised to pay the full sales tax even if you got the item almost for free.

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