I've had several questions by email and on Facebook asking which stores double coupons, so I'd love if you'd help me out! Would you mind leaving a comment with what area you live in (i.e. North Alabama), which stores in your town double, and up to how much they double? Also, if you can add any restrictions on doubling at your store that would be great.
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Heperia California.. Ralphs doubles up to $1.00… Vons doubles up to a $1.00.. 1 like coupon..This can vary it all depends on who is working.
jessica dodd says
I’m in Hendersonville, North Caroline (Western North Carolina). We have a Bilos that doubles coupons up to $.60 with a limit of 10 “like” coupons per transaction, Harris Teeter doubles up to $.98 with a 3 “like” coupon per order limit and also a 20 coupon per day limit (which is tracked on your vic card), Ingles that doubles 3 couponsup to $.50 for each $10 spent, Food Lion which doesn’t double and of course Walmart and Target which do not double either.
Debra DeBord says
Hey! I live in Woodstock, GA. (Northwest of Atlanta) about 30 miles from Atlanta, but still in the Metro area. Ingles, Kroger and Publix doubles coupons of up to 50 cents. So a 50 cent coupon would be worth a dollar. Hope that helps.
I am in middle Tennessee (Nashville), and our Kroger and Publix both double coupons through $0.50. We have lots of other grocery stores too (Food Lion, Harris Teeter, HG Hill, etc.), and I don’t know whether they double or triple because I don’t shop at them.
Jennifer G. says
I live in North Alabama (and moved here from Atlanta not too long ago), in both places, Publix and Kroger doubled coupons <$.50. Target does not.
I’m in St. Louis Missouri, only two of our grocery stores double coupons. In both cases it is up to 0.40 cetns and a maximum of 15 coupons doubled per order.
Jennifer, it is indeed worthwhile to get into couponing even if your stores don’t double. I find GREAT deals with coupons and even when I go to one of our stores that doubles, the amount of savings I get from doubled coupons usually pales in comparison to my non doubled coupon savings!
What are those two stores in stl that doubles coupons and where are they located?
Howell, Michigan Kroger doubles dollar coupons. I can’t remember all the restrictions, other than you can only use 3 like coupons.
I am in Kalamazoo, Michigan, and none of our grocery stores (Meijer’s, Walmart, Hardings) double coupons. Since that is the case, I am wondering if it is really worth my time to start couponing since I can get most of what we need every week at Aldi’s.
I live in n. Mi and no stores double, but I sure save a ton stacking man. Coupons with mealbox or mperks at Meijer. Check out savingaddiction.com for their Meijer matchups from Grand Rapids. Their stores don’t double either.
I just moved to Portage, MI and I can not find any stores that double coupons. I do get some good deals, but nothing like the extreme couponers. Dollar Tree and Dollar Store do take coupons, so they are worth looking for.
It definitely makes it harder when stores don’t double coupons Karen 🙁
In Florence,AL, Foodworld doubles $.50 or less and they except IP coupons. Hometown Market doubles $.50 or less but does NOT take IP coupons.
That should read accepts IP coupons