Blog Post: Rolling Catalinas and Stockpiling


I shared with you the other day on how to roll ECBs at CVS. Well, I am so excited that my friend, Christy, was able to do an excellent example on how to roll Catalinas at a grocery store.

If you are wondering what a catalina is, it’s just a coupon that prints out after you check-out at a store that can be used on your next purchase. See her picture on her posting for an example.

In her posting, she spends $5 for 15 boxes of fruit snacks, but still has $3.50 in catalinas to use on another order–$.10 a box! Talk about a great way to stockpile.

So if you want to see a little insight into rolling catalinas and stockpiling, check out Coupon Gal’s posting.

Great write-up, Christy!

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Comments

  1. says

    Thank you Jaycie! I am going to link up to you on your CVS rolling ECB’s posting! We make a great team and that’s why I love ya girly! :0)

    Christy

  2. Brenda says

    My local Kroger will not let you use both the Catalina and the manufacturer coupon together if they are for the same item.

  3. Michelle says

    I live in Maryland and frequently shop at Giant Food Stores. I would like to know how to determine if a catalina coupon will print out after a shopping trip?

    Thanks!

  4. coupongeek says

    There’s no way to know unless you see it advertised in their sales ad or in-store.

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