Store Coupon Acceptance Policies (Printed Coupons)

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    • #242830

      Here’s a list of stores and their policies. I’ll keep adding to this list as I find others.

      Acme Fresh Market Coupon Policy

      Albertsons Coupon Policy

      Baker’s Digital Coupons Policy

      Bloom Coupon Policy

      Bottom Dollar Food Stores Coupon Policy

      Brookshire Brothers Food & Pharmacy Coupon Policy

      Brookshire’s Food & Pharmacy Coupon Policy

      Carrs/Safeway Coupon Policy

      Chief Markets Coupon Policy

      City Market Digital Coupons Policy

      Country Mart Coupon Policy

      Cub Coupon FAQ

      D&W Fresh Market Coupon Policy

      DeCA-Commissary Coupon Policy

      Dierbergs Coupon Policy

      Dillons Digital Coupons Policy

      Dollar General Coupon Policy

      Dominick’s Coupon Policy

      Family Dollar Coupon Policy

      Family Fare Coupon Policy

      Fareway Coupon Policy

      Fred Meyer Coupon Policy

      Genuardi’s Coupon Policy

      Giant Eagle Coupon Policy

      Giant Food Coupon Policy

      Hannaford Coupon Policy

      Harmons Coupon Policy

      Harris Teeter Coupon Policy

      Harveys Coupon Policy

      H-E-B Coupon Policy

      Hen House Market Coupon Policy

      Hy-Vee Coupon Policy

      King’s County Market Coupon Policy

      Kroger Coupon Policy

      Lowe’s Food Coupon Policy

      Marsh Coupon Policy

      Martins Coupon Policy

      Meijer Coupon Policy

      Menards Coupon Policy

      Owen’s Market Digital Coupons Policy

      Pavilions Coupon Policy

      Pay Less Digital Coupons Policy

      Piggly Wiggly Coupon Policy

      Price Chopper Coupon Policy

      Publix Coupon Policy

      QFC Digital Coupons Policy

      Raleys Coupon Policy

      Ralphs Digital Coupons Policy

      Randall’s Coupon Policy

      Ray’s Supermarkets Coupon Policy

      Rite Aid Coupon Policy

      Rosauers Supermarkets Coupon Policy

      Safeway Coupon Policy

      Save-A-Lot Coupon Policy

      Shop Rite Coupon Policy

      Smith’s Digital Coupons Policy

      Smith’s Food & Drug Stores Coupon Policy

      Stater Brothers Coupon Policy

      Stop & Shop Coupon Policy

      Super 1 Foods Coupon Policy

      SuperFresh Coupon Policy

      Target Coupon Policy

      Tom Thumb Coupon Policy

      Tops Friendly Markets Coupon Policy

      Vons Coupon Policy

      Waldbaum’s Coupon Policy

      Walgreens Coupon Policy

      Walmart Coupon Policy

      Wegmans Coupon Policy

      Weis Markets Coupon Policy

      WinCo Foods Coupon Policy

      Wal-Mart Coupon Policy

      Wal-Mart accepts the following types of coupons (see guidelines below):

      * Manufacturer coupons (Cents Off)
      * Free merchandise (or Buy-One-Get-One-Free) coupons
      * Store coupons
      * Pharmacy (Advertising and Promotional) coupons
      * Internet coupons
      * Soft drink container caps

      The following are guidelines and limits:

      * Wal-Mart only accepts coupons for merchandise we sell and only when presented at the time of purchase.
      * Coupons should have an expiration date and be presented within the valid dates. Wal-Mart will not accept expired coupons.
      * Internet coupons should be legible and say “Manufacturer Coupon.” There should be a valid remit address for the manufacturer and a scannable bar code.
      * Only one coupon per item is permitted.
      * Use of 40 or more coupons per transaction will require approval by Customer Service Manager. … txt=coupon

    • #398350

      I emailed Target after my internet coupons were refused at my local store–with the cashier’s response being that “we don’t accept those anymore.”

      Here’s Target Corp’s response. And yes they do!

      thanks for asking us about using coupons at target. coupons are a great way to save even more when shopping with us, and it’s easy to use them at our stores. because of the variety of coupons available to our guests, we do have some guidelines for how coupons can be redeemed at target.

      when accepting coupons, we use the following guidelines:

      – we accept two kinds of coupons: target-issued and manufacturer-issued.
      – we’ll accept one target coupon and one manufacturer coupon for the same item, unless either coupon prohibits it.
      – we can’t give cash back if the face value of a coupon is greater than the purchase value of the item; in this case, we’re able to adjust the value of the coupon to equal the price of the item.
      – we can’t accept coupons from other retailers, or coupons for products not carried in our stores.
      – all valid coupons should be presented to the cashier while you’re checking out.

      additionally, it sounds like you received some misinformation from the store and i apologize for the inconvenience. we know the importance of having well-trained team members who can quickly and accurately assist you. your feedback about your checkout experience has been passed on to our store training lead for follow up with the store.

      for questions about using a specific coupon, we encourage you to stop by guest service and ask to speak with the guest service team leader. they’ll do their best to help while you’re in the store. if you still have questions after speaking with them, please call our guest relations team at (800) 440-0680.

      Either way, we’re here to help!

    • #398403

      Does anyone know Walgreen’s coupon Policy?? I’m having tons of trouble there as of last week.

      Here’s what I have regarding Kroger Stores in Southern Indiana.

      Ms. Barbee,

      Thank you for your inquiry as to the Coupon Policy in our Terre Haute area
      stores, hopefully I can clear up your questions.

      1. Our Coupon Policy does vary slightly based on the geographical

      2. In the Terre Haute market “Manager’s Specials” and mark down product is
      not subject to our Scan Right Policy.

      3. The store will double only 2 identical coupons up to .50 per shopping
      trip (24 hour period), all other identical coupons can be redeemed at face
      value. For example if you had 4 of the same coupon, 2 coupons would be
      doubled and the remaining 2 would be face value.

      It is up to the cashier to “police” that part of the 24 hour policy, our
      register system does not currently have a way to identify that you just
      used 2 identical coupons.

      I certainly understand where you are coming from
      in your concerns with regards to your coupons doubling. It is unfortunate
      that we do have to adopt policies that limit the doubling of coupons but in
      recent years our stores have become the target of “professional shoppers”
      and persons using so many of the same coupon that they wipe out the shelves
      and our stores are unable to serve the majority of our customers. I wish
      we could be selective about who we apply our policy to but unfortunately I
      am sure you understand why we cannot.

      I apologize that I do not have a
      better answer for you than that but we do appreciate your business and hope
      that we can continue to serve you in the future.
      Yes, it is true that coupons will only double with your Plus Card.

      No, it is not true that we only accept Internet coupons up to $1.00, we do
      not accept internet coupons for free product or for a discount that is more
      than 75% off the retail on the item. Also, if the coupon bar code does not
      scan or the coupon appears to be blurry or altered in any way we do not
      accept them.

      No, we do not limit the number of identical coupons that can be used to 6.
      As I wrote you earlier, we do limit it to 2 identical coupons that can be
      doubled in one shopping trip. That having been said, the manager does have
      the right to limit quantities of an item that can be bought in one shopping
      trip in order to service all of our customers. This would apply to all
      customers not just those who use coupons on the product.
      I have emailed the store with your concerns and the
      “proper” policies that should be followed.

      To answer your questions about
      the printed coupons, I would suggest printing in the best quality possible
      to avoid issues where the store has to determine if a coupon is a photo
      copy. While we do have the policy in place that should be followed
      ultimately it is up to the store to determine the “validity” of a coupon
      printed from the internet.

      I appreciate you giving the store
      time to get everyone “re-trained” on the coupon policies, I did talk to the
      Front End Dept. Head yesterday and she did express concern that some of her
      people on the Front End were not giving the correct information to
      Customers on the coupon policies. She did assure me that she would take
      care of this so there would not be future incidents.

      We do appreciate you
      taking the time to bring these matters to our attention as we all strive to
      make our Customers shopping experience as pleasant as possible.

      Jason Frazer
      Store Operations
      Front End Operations Specialist

    • #399520

      Apparently the link isn’t good anymore, but here is the new link to Walmart’s coupon policy.

      Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. – Wal-Mart Coupon Policy

      Hope this helps!

      @FreebieQueen 8009 wrote:

      Wal-Mart Coupon Policy

      Wal-Mart accepts the following types of coupons (see guidelines below): … txt=coupon

    • #428318

      Thank you for posting this info. My husband was just asking about this the other day as we are new to printing off our own coupons! Thanks again!

    • #428619

      FYI – Albertsons Grocery Stores in Florida will not take internet coupons!

    • #428855

      i had read it, thank you.

    • #432395

      Can anyone share the link for michaels coupons policy?

    • #443363

      If your area does not have a Smith’s or Fred Meyer’s, and you are interested in the digital coupons for groceries, check your grocery store’s web site. Smith’s and Freddie’s are part of the same corporation along with lots of others, like Fry’s. You may have one of the other stores in your area.

      I like it because I don’t have to carry around coupon papers and hand them to the cashier at just the right time or worry about whether this cashier is going to be nice or totally rude about all the coupons I want to use. Plus, many of them are multiple use coupons. They’ll say can be used up to 5 times in single transaction, or the like, so it’s like I have five coupons for each item and all I had to do is hand the cashier my shopper’s card!

      Love it!

    • #444105

      Our Albertsons has completely changed. I wonder if there’s a change for coupons, too.

    • #458589

      I had the same situation “we don’t accept those anymore. ((((

    • #460506

      For the first time i get confused of printing coupons.I didnt understand there policies.Now i got all the information that i need.Really thankful to you for posting the policies of the store coupons.

    • #461969

      It’s really nice to know this about the reducing the coupon amount to the items price. I had a coupon for like 2.00 off a makeup item I forget the brand and it included nail polish, and Target had the nail polish on clearance for less than the coupon was worth, I didn’t want the money(overage) back or applied to my order just wanted the nail polish for free, and they refused the coupon! Told me the item had to be at least the coupon price or more!

      Oh that really bugged me that day too, it was the perfect sparkly color!!!

    • #446261

      Wow the information was awesome thank you…

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