1. Target allows unlimited coupons per order. Target.com does not allow in-store coupons (any coupon that doesn’t have a promotion code—for example: TGTXXXXX) to be used online.
2. Kohl’s allows 4 coupons per order. Combine a sitewide coupon (like $10 off a $50 purchase or 15% off an entire order), category-specific coupons (like 30% off Home or 20% off Appliances), and a free shipping coupon simultaneously. FYI Kohl’s mobile app only allows two stackable coupons.
3. Amazon allows unlimited coupons per order. Amazon allows unlimited coupons to be stacked as long as they’re eligible. Make sure to check out Amazon’s coupon section to save on hidden deals you might not even know about!
4. Gap, Banana Republic, Old Navy and Athleta allow 5 coupons per order:
Not every coupon code will work with one another, but if you try combining a percent-off coupon with a dollar-off coupon—instead of two percent-off coupons—it will more likely work. Try a Gap ‘EXTRA’ promo code with an Old Navy ‘SHIPALL’ code!
5. Michaels allows unlimited coupons per order. Michaels allows unlimited coupons online, but only for single items. So while you can’t combine a 15% off sitewide promotion with a single-item coupon code, you can find promo codes for each of the items (or groups of items) you’re buying and use them together.