A few things came up, tho, that I wasn't sure of.
If a sale item is 5/$5, do you have to buy 5 to get the sale price?
If a coupon says, "Not valid in connection with any othe offer" can that be used if the store has the item on sale?
Does anyone staple duplicate coupons together? I thought it might work good when you find the coupon you want you would get the whole bunch and could tear off what you wanted to use. You would also have them all connected when you wanted to throw out expired coupons.
If an item is on sale $5/5 you MAY not have to purchase 5 to get the same price. Homeland here will give them to you for $1 each. Read the fine print on the tags or ask at customer service. I know I sometimes see signs that say 2/$5 or $3.50 each or something like that. There is no hard and fast rule to that. It depends on where you shop.
Not valid in connection with any other offer SHOULD work if the items are on sale.
I personally do not staple coupons together (I am scared of ripping them) but others do. I just would not hand them to the cashier stapled due to the fact they can stick together then adn you could miss out on the savings.