Ohio's Double Coupon Stores
Written by Alex Bach
Double Coupons are the cornerstone of any smart shopper's shopping strategies. These deals can amount to tremendous savings and take hundreds off your food budget over a couple months.
How Do Double Coupons Work?
Double coupons are cents-off coupons that, when brought to your grocer's register, double their listed value. This means that a $0.50-off coupon leads to total savings of $1.00 at checkout. However, there are usually limits to what a grocery store will double; most stores will only double coupons up to $0.99.
Where Do I Find Them?
Every store's policy is a little different as to what kinds they will accept (paper, electronic, printed coupons, etc) but manufacturer coupons are always safe for stores that double. Usually these coupons can be found in circulars, newspapers or weekly ad matchups.
Keep In Mind:
Not every grocery store accepts double coupons as the doubled discount is taken on by the store itself. That's why its important to stay apprised as to which stores double. In order to help, we've assembled the following list.
Your Complete Ohio Double Coupon Resource:
- Kroger's has changed up their double coupon policies on a state-by-state basis. Many stores in the south no longer accept double coupons but for the moment they continue to be accepted in Ohio in the Columbus, Dayton and surrounding central areas.
- Stop & Shop accepts double coupons from manufacturers up to $0.99.
- Giant Eagle accepts double coupons and also has a weekly ad match up, allowing customers to make the most of their double coupons. These weekly match ups can be great resources for shoppers when planning the weekly menu.
- IGA doubles coupons up to $0.99.
- Marsh has stopped doubling coupons as of the first of 2013.
- Tops doubles coupons but only for customers who signed up for their loyalty program BonusPlus. They will double only manufacturer's paper coupons up to $0.99.
- Big Bear
- Dave's Eagle
- Thriftway doubles coupons. Take a look at their weekly circulars to take advantage of their weekly deals.
- Meijer just recently stopped doubling coupons. They're included in this merely to remind shoppers that while they would have been on many double coupon lists, the store is no longer an option for shoppers looking to double.
- Great Scot in Fremont doubles coupons up to $0.50.
Don't See Your Favorite Grocery Store On the List?
It might be that your favorite grocery store has stopped doubling coupons, and for that reason has been removed from the list (although we did include several that have only recently stopped doubling). Or it could be that your favorite store has recently started doubling; if so, please let us know, especially if you live in the Cleveland or Cincinnati regions.
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