Double Coupon Grocery Stores

If you are lucky and live in certain areas of the country, double coupon grocery stores exist. Some of them will double or even triple manufacturers’ coupons. This is where the grocery store will match (usually with some limits) the price listed on the coupon offered by manufacturers. Times and days when double coupons are offered vary from store to store, so check with your local store for days that they offer them. (sidenote: why some coupons have “do not double” printed on them)

Coupon Wording

You need to always check the wording on your coupons before you shop. Make sure that the coupon you want to use does not say “Do Not Double” on it as this will most likely exclude it from the grocery store’s offer. Some stores will require you to join their store member program and you’ll have to present the program card before the coupons will double.

Pairing Coupons with Sale Items

Using double coupon days in conjunction with sale items can greatly reduce the amount you pay for groceries. Be sure to pair the days and deals to get the best prices. Here is a list of some grocery stores around the country that have double coupon programs. If you know of others not on this list, please email me or leave a message below and I will add it to the list.

New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Washington DC
West Virginia


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  1. We rely on the users to let us know which stores are and aren’t doubling coupons since they change on a fairly frequent basis. We have not heard of any doubling in Nevada as of yet.

  2. Are there no stores in Idaho that double. Please help I am new to cutting coupons. Thank you.

  3. Are there no stores in Idaho that double. Please help I am new to cutting coupons. Thank you

    Again, we rely on the users to let us know which stores are and aren’t doubling coupons since they change on a fairly frequent basis. If none are listed from Idaho, then we have not heard of any stores doubling there.

  4. Sentry in Racine, WI doubles coupons on Fridays and Saturdays! up to 5 $1.00 coupons, but no internet coupons.

  5. In Texas I am seeing that Kroger doubles coupons but I cannot find what days those are –Is it everyday or just on selected days?

  6. Kmart in selected locations double up to $2.00/25 coupons per visit.
    I went with my family and we all bought 25 things each x 4 = 100 boxes of cereal for free!
    I gave up on Publix after they refused to let the school kids do fundraisers out front πŸ™
    Super Walmart doesn’t double but everything is way less! Publix did me a favor πŸ™‚

  7. Most stores in the Northwest do not double, although occasionally there are “clip and save” coupons in local ads. Many stores are currently changing their policies to become more competitive and “supportive” in the new economy. Check regularly with your local stores or customer services to assure you can take full advantage of their offers.

    We’ll look into updating the overall list as we have the information.

  8. Could you add Farm Fresh to your list of grocery stores in VA that will double coupons. They will double them up to .99 on M,T,Th,F,S,S and up to $1.00 on Wednesdays.

    Thanks! Great site!

  9. NY Double coupons:
    King Kullen (up to and including $1.00)
    Pathmark (up to and including 99 cents)

  10. Columbus OH All the major grocery stores double coupons everyday up to $0.99. Can anyone tell me why more and more coupons are saying “Do Not Double” (usually in the same area as the expiration date)? Why should the manufacture care if the store doubles?

  11. Are there any stores in Hawaii that double. Being the state with the highest or one of the highest cost of living one would think that grocery stores would want to help there customers.

  12. We’re in Idaho. When we’re really lucky, Albertsons allows 3 double coupons. Other than that, we’re out of luck. That really stinks. Come on, Idaho, get with the times!

  13. Hello, I live in Oahu, Hawaii.
    There are no double coupons in
    Hawaii. Foodland, Times, Safeway,
    Don Quiote, WalMart, and KMart.
    The cost of items here is high, because of items here.
    If you could tell the people in
    Hawaii how to save money that will
    catch everyone attention who lives
    here. Thank you, Diane Gomez

  14. Hello,
    There is not a double day coupon store on Oahu, Hawaii.
    Is there a way to have on the State of Hawaii? It could help so many people here.
    Thank you.

  15. Hi Lisa, I see that you want to know about a store that doubles in Tacoma. Well I live in Bremerton and I have been searching and searching time and time again and I even looked far far away cause it would be worth the drive and sorry to say that there is nothing that I can find, however I did see/hear about 2 stores near the Oregon border that still doubles cause of the oregon border crossings and it is in direct competition, there is a Albertsons store and a Safeway!! I hope I helped answer your question. And good luck to us to clip coupons and getting them doubled!!

  16. Also call your local safeway, the store has the option to double should they chose too. Read about it at their website

  17. Thanks Denise, I know summit trading in Puyallup doubled coupons because I remember using some there before I started using them regularly, however I recently called and they stopped doing it in October. Thanks for the information.

  18. Are there stores in WV that triple coupons, or do anything better than double anything up to 50 cents.

  19. New to couponing and confusted about doubling.

    What does double up to and including mean?

    Example #1 Store doubles up to $0.50
    $.045 MFG coupon new value = $.90
    $1.00 MFG coupon new value = $1.50

    Example #2 Or does it mean if the coupon (ex $1.00 mfg coupon) exceeds the $0.50 limit it will not receive any additional value other than what the mfg offers?

    Confused and need clarification.
    Thank You

  20. Jennifer,

    It depends on the specific store. I have seen stores interpret it both ways. The best bet is to ask you local store manager.

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