Lina shows how to stack coupons at London Drugs to save money.
London Drugs is the only store in Canada that allows extreme couponers to stack coupons.
What is coupon stacking?
Coupon stacking is using more than one manufacturers coupon on a single product. As long as the coupons have different UPC codes and you don’t go over full amount of item you can use as many coupons as are applicable.
They accept the following type of coupons:
- manufacture coupons
- coupons from flyers/newspaper inserts
- Internet printed coupons
- London Drugs coupons
Lina shows how she saved over 74 dollars.
How to coupon stack at London Drugs?
I had three Nivea Visage coupons.
- Coupon 1- buy 3 products and get $20 off,
- Coupon 2 – buy 2 products and get $12 off and
- Coupon 3 – buy 1 product and get $5 off which makes a total of $37 off Nivea Visage.London Drugs also had an additional promo, buy three products and get a free toner worth $5.99. Without the sale promo and coupons the Nivea Visage would have cost me $47 dollars however since I stacked the coupons and bought the Nivea Visage on sale, all 4 products cost me $3.
Tips on Coupon Stacking
If you want to start coupon stacking at London Drugs you should use the customer service checkout. The cashier is usually more experienced and knows how coupon stacking works.
Have all your coupons organized and on top of each item they apply to. This makes it easier to see for the receipt.
Price match as well. If Shoppers Drug Mart or Walmart has an even better sale, bring the flyer and London Drugs will price match and you can use your coupons to reduce the price even more!
Keep your receipts! If something you’ve bought goes on sale within 30 days, they’ll refund you the difference.
Anyone have other London Drugs tips?
We will be providing coupon stacking ideas in the future – so stay tuned and get your coupons out!
Remember, to keep track of your coupon savings using the Grocery Alerts Coupon Tracker – we have saved over $1,200 using coupons in the last 7 months – it is free to track and it exports to Excel, Facebook or your blog – available at http://www.groceryalerts.ca/coupontracker