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Q: I have noticed that some manufacturer coupons carry the instructions, "Do not double. Why should a manufacturer care whether a store doubles or even triples the value of a coupon? It should increase demand for the product. They receive the same amount of money from the stores that redeem the coupons whether the coupon is doubled, tripled or redeemed at face value.
I rarely use a coupon that does not allow doubling.
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A: If your store doubles coupons, you have quite an advantage in the couponing game. Anytime a store honors double-couponing, a shopper takes home twice the savings on that item than the coupon alone would have provided.
So, what difference does it make to a manufacturer if a store chooses to double a coupon? Believe it or not, this has been a difficult question to answer. Manufacturers can be very tight-lipped about their reasons for limiting certain coupons and promotions.
Even though a manufacturer does not compensate a store that offers coupon doubling, a manufacturer may not want shoppers to get the product for an extremely low price. As a shopper, I find this to be rather illogical!