Coupon Stacking at ULTA Shopping Trip

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$5 off $10 your entire purchase this holiday season!

Did you know that you could use manufacturer coupons at ULTA? We recently got an ULTA shop open nearby and I decided to check it out and try coupon stacking and report back to you. What I love about ULTA is that they carry high-end beauty products as well as the drugstore brands all in one place! I am a huge fan of bareMinerals and usually splurge on a glittery eye-shadow for the holidays.

The regular store prices were actually not bad at all. I expected them to be higher than the drugstores, but that was not the case. I will definitely keep checking them out and reporting any good deals I find! The only drawback to their in-store coupons are that the total for discount must be at $10 (or whatever the minimum is) AFTER all manufacturer coupons. Since I had a $5 off $10 ULTA store coupon, I knew the least I would be spending would be $5.

Coupon Stacking at ULTA

Originally, I only had the 4 John Frieda products. After the BOGO 50% off coupon and manufacturer coupons, my total dropped to $9.96, kicking out the $5 off $10 store coupon. I grabbed a pop-up brush and mirror for $1.19 to add the $5 ULTA coupon back.

Coupon Stacking at ULTA Scenario:

Coupon Stacking at ULTA receiptPop-Up Brush w/Mirror – $1.19
(2) Frizz Ease Protection Spray – $5.99 each
Frizz Ease Instant Touch-Up Gloss – $5.99
Frizz Ease Moisture Barrier Spray – $5.99
Total: $25.15
– $8.00 (4) $2/1 Frizz Ease product coupons from SS 10/7
$5.00 off $10 ULTA coupon
– $6.00 from BOGO 50% off on John Frieda products
Paid: $6.60 ($0.45 of it tax) for $25.15 worth of products! 

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