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Overview of Store Specific Coupon Policies

>> Thursday, February 18, 2010

Store Specific Coupon Policy

**This is for general information purposes only. Please do not refer to this document when taking up a coupon issue with a store manager or cashier.

Homeland:
~ Doubles coupons $1 and under. So your $1.00 coupon gives you a $2.00 discount, your $0.75 coupons gives you a $1.50 discount, your $0.55 coupon gives you $1.10 discount and so on.

However, they will only double the first of like coupons. For example, you have (2) coupons for $1 off Cheerios. You buy (2) boxes of Cheerios. The first coupon will double to take $2 off; the second coupon will only take off $1. Their policy states that they will not double coupons at all on a few items like soda or tobacco products. Consult your store for a complete list; this policy may also vary according to store policy.

~Allows you to stack store coupons with manufacturer’s coupons.
~Accepts Internet Printable Coupons as long as they scan.

Target
~Offers store specific printable coupons on their website: http://www.target.com.
~Allows you to stack store coupons with manufacturer’s coupons.
~Accepts Internet Printable Coupons

Walgreens
~Offers store specific coupons through various mediums.
~Allows you to stack store coupons with manufacturer’s coupons.
~Accepts Internet Printable Coupons
~Does not allow overage on coupons and will not adjust coupons. If you are purchasing an item for .99 and trying to use a $1 coupon, the register will not accept it and the cashier will usually not adjust it. To use that coupon, you must buy (2) items at .99 = 1.98 and then use the $1 coupon so you end up paying .49 each. This rule does not apply when using Walgreens coupons with a manufacturer’s coupon.

CVS
~Offers store specific coupons printed at the bottom of your receipt or from the price scanner/coupon kiosk at some most stores. They also email coupons or send them via snail mail from time to time.
~Allows you to stack store coupons with manufacturer’s coupons.
~Accepts Internet Printable Coupons
~Adjusts coupon amounts when coupon amount is more than the price of the item.

Crest
~Does not accept Internet Printable Coupons
~Does not allow you to stack a BOGO coupon with a $x off coupon.
~Will adjust coupon amounts.

GFF Foods
~Doubles multiples of the same coupons up to $1 on Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday
~ Does not accept internet printable coupons.

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