Buy one get one FREE coupons are a highly gray area of couponing. Some may think that since the B1G1 coupon applies to the free item, why not use another money off coupon on the item you’re paying for? I don’t advise doing this – in fact, the register systems may not let you in some circumstances. Most B1G1 coupons are now attaching to both items, so if you try to use an additional money off coupon, the register will beep and not accept your other coupon.
However, if you are using a store coupon on top of a B1G1 manufacturer’s coupon, you can do that. Target allows you to use one store coupon in conjunction with a B1G1 manufacturer’s coupon.
If the B1G1 coupon is a store coupon, then you can use two manufacturer’s coupons on top of the store coupon.
Keep in mind that some stores may or may not allow some of these scenarios. It’s best to check your store’s policy, and speak with the store management, before you try to use coupons this way.