Can you double coupons Dollar General?
Depends on what you mean by double coupons… if you mean using more than one coupon per item –
Yes. You can combine a store coupon and a manufacturer coupon per a single item.
You can combine or use a manufacturer coupon with a Dollar General store coupon on the same item in a single transaction.
But! If you mean does Dollar General double coupons – the answer is no.
This is a little bit tricky – the terminology, that is…
Double coupons could mean doubling of coupons, where the coupon value doubles to a certain amount when the coupon is applied at the register. In other words, the coupon value doubles. Dollar General does NOT double coupons. (some stores do double coupons).
Double coupons can also mean using more than one coupon for a single item. This is called coupon stacking. And so that this type of stacking of coupons is not confused with coupons that double, you can just call it using multiple coupons for a single item.
Dollar General allows coupon stacking within certain rules:
You can stack (1) store coupon and (1) manufacturer coupon per item in a single transaction.
Stacking of (2) or more manufacturer coupons per item is not allowed.
Stacking of (2) or more Dollar General Store Coupons in a transaction is allowed unless otherwise noted.
Dollar General Resources:
DG = Dollar General
DQ = Digital Coupon
MQ = Manufacturer Coupon