Stacking discounts enables you to apply multiple discounts to a line item/order.

## How do stacked discounts work?

Stacking coupons is a simple strategy that **helps shoppers maximize their savings on their purchases at supermarkets, drugstores and retail stores**. Defined, “stacking” coupons means more than one coupon is redeemed on a single item.

## Can you stack discount codes?

Can customers use multiple discount codes on a single order? **Discount codes don’t stack**. If you have a 10% off discount, they can’t also use a “free shipping” coupon. Only one discount at a time can apply to a single order.

## How should multiple discounts be applied?

Please keep in mind that the second **discount** is **applied** to the price AFTER the first **discount** has been **applied**. For example, if the original price was $50 and we have two **discounts**: 20% and 10% , then we’re doing something like this: $50 – 20% = $50 – $10 = $40 . Then $40 – 10% = $40 – $4 = $36 .

## Can you stack digital and paper coupons?

**You can’t stack two like coupons**, it doesn’t matter what form they are. Expect to use multiple of the same digital coupon in one transaction. If you have paper coupons, you can typically use up to four in one purchase (or transaction), if you are buying four items (one coupon per item).

## How do you tell if a coupon will work?

The coupon is based on the wording of the coupon; the text is the “**offer**“. If the wording of a coupon is “$1 off Product X”, then the coupon should only be used for “Product X” even if a glitch in the coupon will allow it to be used for “Product Y”. Similarly, if the wording of the coupon is “$.

## What are the two kinds of coupons?

In the ACC, you can see two types of coupons: **coupons and deployable coupons**. The two types are identical in all ways but one: deployable coupons are supported in a Versioning System.

## How do you add two promo codes?

If an online retailer lets you to use multiple coupon codes at checkout, use the codes in the right order to get the most savings. For example, if you have one coupon code for 20% off your purchase and another for $15 off your purchase, use the 20% off code first.

## How do you get a promo code?

**Create a Promo Code**

- Choose a promo code name.
- Choose whether your discount is a percentage of the cost or a specific dollar amount.
- Choose which tickets or registrations your code applies to.
- Set the promotional period for your promo code.
- Limit the number of redeemable codes or make them unlimited.

## How many coupon codes can you use?

While most stores only allow **one coupon discount per order**, others let you stack online codes, which means more than one coupon can be applied.

## How do you calculate a 2 discount?

To calculate the percentage discount between two prices, follow these steps: Subtract the post-discount price from the pre-discount price. Divide this new number by the pre-discount price. Multiply the resultant number by 100.

## Which is a better deal on a $39.99 item 50% off original price or 40% off and additional 20% at the register?

because it is things **add** up **$39.99 item**: **50**% **off** = $20; **40**% **off** then **20**% =$19.19; **40**% **off** then **20**% 11. **off** is the **better deal**. **50**% **off** is the **better deal** because you will spend $4.00.

## How do you solve double discount?

How to calculate double discount? First, determine the initial price, and both discounts. **Subtract the initial price times the 1st discount from the initial price**. Subtract the value from step 2 times the 2nd discount from the value in step 2.

## How do I get digital manufacturer coupons?

**Major sources of digital coupons include the following.**

- Coupons.com. This website is perhaps the largest source of manufacturer coupons. …
- RedPlum.com. This site offers manufacturer coupons that can be printed or saved to a grocery-store loyalty card.
- SmartSource.com. …
- Manufacturer websites. …
- Retailer websites. …
- Retailer apps.

## Can you use two manufacturer’s coupons on one item?

You can combine a store and manufacturer coupon to get a bigger discount on the purchase of a single product in the same transaction. Even if both coupons say “Limit one coupon per transaction,” you can use them **together** because they’re not identical coupons.

## Can I use a manufacturer coupon and digital coupon at Dollar General?

Only one Manufacturer Coupon and one Dollar General Coupon can be used per item in a transaction. Stacking of 2 or more Manufacturer Coupons per item is not allowed. … Manufacturer DG Digital Coupons cannot be combined with any other type of Manufacturer coupon on the same item in a single transaction.