Unfortunately, I don't know an easy way to override the coupon printer, but if you run multiple virtual machines ie: VirtualBox or VMWare you can print one for every install. If you use a light version of WinXP it doens't take up much space.
Then you can automate the coupon printing process using MacroExpress or one of those programs. Could print unlimited in that case, although many stores will only take so many of the same coupon.
One thing that hasn't been mentioned yet is that if you use an in-store doubler at Safeway/Albertons/others you could make this a money-maker. Just make sure your total is higher than $0 and you may luck out - YMMV.
I suspect the trick is to install a "print to pdf file" program as your default printer. The program should print to your default printer without asking you. Then you can print the pdf file as many times as you want. Of course if the coupons are identical anyway there's nothing stopping you from making a regular photocopy.
the coupons are unique, they have pin numbers. if they catch you photocopying, they will shut down your computer from printing smartsource q's.
really the only way to print more than 2 is to use more devices. ask your neighbors, friends and relatives if you can print from their devices. you can also print from some public libraries if they allow you to download the print app.
Photocopying the coupon is considered coupon fraud. The coupon printer is fairly smart and won't typically allow you to print to PDF (unless you edit the printer drivers). Copying the coupons (using the same one repeatedly) is against the coupon policy and it's actually illegal. Every coupon printed via the coupon printer has a different serial number - so watch out if you try. I do know that the serial number is tracked to you IP. I don't think anyone would go after someone looking for an extra couple bags of veggies, but technically they could track it back to you.
You can print from the coupon printer to OneNote - at the very least you can save a piece of paper for your two unique coupons.
I only printed two coupons because that took a good 10 minutes (wouldn't print in Chrome, only Firefox and Safari, and then I had to restart the browser after each print)... But a good way around the IP address tracking would probably be to use Tor Browser, or Tor + a VPN with a Proxy.
The only items my Walmart had for $1.17 was carrots or some tomatoes, onion, and garlic mix, so I got two bags of the latter.
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