I am often asked about a BOGO Chart. This chart will help you determine, when you find a BOGO sale and have a coupon that is buy one get one or more, how to use them together to get the best BOGO deals and never pay full price again, even on the top brands.
How To Use BOGO Coupons With BOGO Sales
To use the chart, all you need is to find the coupon you have in the left column and the sale you have in the top row and follow them to where they meet (intersect).
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For example: If you have a Buy 1 Get 2 coupon and there’s a Buy 2 Get 2 Sale you want to use it on, go to the Buy 1 Get 2 coupon in the left column and find the Buy 2 Get 2 Sale on the top row and find where they meet on the chart – which is Buy 12 use 4 coupons an get all of them for free.
You’ll get your great deal at a lesser value and often more than half price and even lower. I’ve gotten the best deals this way. The most recent BOGO offer I got was on a new pair of shoes.
I want to caution you that ALL of this is based on your store’s policy. I have always told you, you have to know your store’s coupon policy so that you know you are right when you hit that cash register. You don’t want to get up there and be wrong and confuse the cashier and yourself. So, be sure you understand your store’s policy and carry it with you.
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You can either print the policy of your stores from their web sites and carry it with you in a binder, or you can bookmark them on your phone. It is very important that you also have quick access to the current policy in case the cashier or you might be mistaken, and you can refer back to it.
You can download and print the BOGO Chart <— here