How to Use 3 60%-Off Coupons in the Same Transaction
February 18, 2019
So, I told you how to get 3 60% off coupons, now I’m going to tell you how you can use all three in the same transaction. Yes, I tested it and it works!
Here’s the Test
Yesterday I had 3 60%-Off coupons. I’d heard that you could use all of them in the same transaction but I’d never tried it myself. Naturally, before I could tell you about it I had to have proof, so I decided to give it a go and see what happened.
Here’s my receipt. You can see I purchased 3 regular priced items. Three 4-lb tubs of Wilton Read-To-Use Icing, to be exact. And you can see where each of my 3 60%-off coupons was deducted.
Here’s How It Works
At Joann you can only use one coupon per item – no stacking allowed. So if you want to use all three of those 60% off coupons (or 50% off, or 40% off, etc.) then you need to have 3 regular priced items in your cart. They don’t have to be three of the same item, just 3 items that are not on sale.
The key, of course, is to have the Joann App on your phone so you can access all three coupons when you go through the checkout – your email coupons, your text coupons, and your app coupons.
Then, you need to make sure that all 3 coupons have different barcode numbers. You can see on my receipt that each coupon did have a different barcode number so they were all 3 accepted for use.
Then I saved even more money!
As you can see, the regular price on that icing is $19.99 each. My total would have been $59.97, but with my 3 60% off coupons my total came to $24.00. A savings of $35.97.
And then I had to go and actually make money when I bought this icing. How? I scanned my receipt into my Ibotta app and made back $1.20, bringing my total price down to $22.80!
Donna Anderson 'works' at Joann Fabrics at 4600 W. Broad St. in Columbus, OH. Just look for the crazy old lady behind the cutting counter. As a kid, she ran with scissors and ate paste. She's since found safer, more creative ways to use her Fiskars and Mod Podge. Next time you're at the store, stop by the cutting counter and have a chat! (Just please don't ask me about lightbulbs!)