We currently are aware of only one grocery store chain based in New Hampshire which offers to double coupons for their customers. Grocery stores use double coupons as an incentive to attract new and existing customers. By offering to redeem coupons for double the face value that is listed on it, grocery stores drive more people to shop in their stores.
Each grocery store often has their own policy regarding double coupons which can change frequently. It’s important to keep your eyes open for coupon related changes that may happen. The coupon policy can even vary between grocery stores from the same chain. If you have any questions about a store’s coupon policy, be certain to contact the local grocery store manager to verify it.
GroceryCouponGuide makes every attempt to keep our grocery store double coupon list current, but we rely on readers like you to help provide us with the latest double coupon information in your state. If you happen to know of any of the grocery stores listed below which no longer offer double coupons, please email us. If you know of other grocery stores not listed below which do offer double coupons, please let us know so we can add them.
Shaw’s** Only allows doubling on coupons for 4 of like product (thanks Susan and stephanie)
**Although some store managers say Shaws doubles coupons up to $1.00, the cash registers do not double any coupon over $0.99 and their official policy states a $0.99 limit (thanks Sharon)