Many of you are always trying to save money, but some retailers aren't sharing the same passion. Now there's actually a backlash to "extreme couponing."
Some stores are changing policies because too many extreme couponers are clearing the shelves. Stores are getting less generous with coupon deals. Derica Williams tells you about the changes in Tuesday's Dollars and Sense.
At Rite Aid , a buy-one-get-one-free coupon (bogo) can't be used with a bogo promotion to get both items for free. The chain is also limiting the number of coupons a shopper can use per item to four, as long as there is enough stock.
Target no longer accepts online coupons "for free items with no purchase requirements," and a buy-one-get-one-free store coupon can't be combined with a manufacturer's coupon to get both items for free. Target is "limiting the number of store coupons that can be printed off its website to two (there once was no limit).
Over at Publix, the chain has banned triple stacking and now only allows, per item, one manufacturer's coupon and one from either Publix or a competing store.
However, on the upside, Wal-Mart is headed in the other direction, placing no limits on coupons per transaction.
If you're still looking to make the most of the deals out there, don't put your scissors away yet. Click on the links to the coupon policies, so you can take a look and see what is allowed.
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