What is Double Dipping?


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Double Dipping is when you save twice on a single purchase. This could include combining a manufacturer coupon with a store coupon, a printable coupon with a cash back deal and many other ways.

Double Dipping Examples

  • Manufacturer and Store Coupons - Save 50 cents on any Pepsi product and save $1 when you buy any Pepsi products at Walmart. Total savings is $1.50
  • Store coupon and cash back - Use a coupon for $5 off $20 and earn 20% cash back at lunch at Which Wich Sandwich Shops. Total savings on a $25 order is $9 ($25 - $5 = $20 and then 20% cash back on $20 is $4), giving a total cost of $16

Double Dipping is one of the best ways to save. View our Cash Back deals here and then combine with coupons to double dip.


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Can you Triple dip?

Triple Dipping is just one more step. To triple dip, we recommend getting a cash back credit card. Then just do your regular double dipping and you will get additional cash back for the triple dip. In the above example at Which Wich you would get an additional 5% cash back, reducing your cost for lunch to $15.20.

What about a Quadruple dip?

Quadriple Dipping is also possible with restaurants. To quadriple dip we recommend getting a cash back credit card. Then just do your regular double dipping and you will get additional cash back for the triple dip. The trick for a Quadriple trip is to use another program like open table to make the restaurant reservation. This way you earn loyalty points which can typically be redeemed for gift certificates or merchandise.

What about a Quintuple dip?

The opportunities for Quintuple Dipping are rare but do exist. Please contact us to learn more.


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