All of these types of practices are NOT ALLOWED to be discussed or referred to on consumerqueen.com we do not promote illegal activity. And members will be banned if caught doing it.
Modifying a coupon:
Doing anything to the coupon to modify it.
Mainly removing the expiration date or modifying the bar code.
Using more than one manufacturer coupon on 1 product:
You may only use one manufacturer coupon per item that you buy.
If you have a coupon for $.75/2 chips ahoy for example, you may use one coupon for every 2 pkgs of chips ahoy.
Almost all coupons state 1 coupon per purchase.
You may use 2 coupons to buy 4 items (using the coupon example above), 3 coupons to buy 6 items. Etc.
Some coupons (namely Winetags and a few others) state on them "One per customer", "One per transaction", One per household" or other similar wording. Please use the coupons accordingly to their restrictions worded on the coupon.
The only way to use 2 coupons on one item is if you are using a store coupon and a manufacturer coupon and only if your store allows such practices.
Misuse of the written intent of the coupon: (Sometimes referred to as decoding)
Basically using a coupon for other than what is written on the coupon.
That means using the coupon for another product that is not listed on the coupon.
Purchasing a different size than what is listed on the coupon.
Purchasing a different quantity than what is listed on the coupon.
Using the coupon after it has expired (unless your grocery store policy accepts expired coupons..only a handful of them do)
Please remeber when you are committing coupon fraud you are killing the deals for everyone!!!!! The more this practice goes on the more restrictions and limits stores will put on coupon use!!!!!!!
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