Store Coupon Policies

Store Coupon Policies
**These are policies we’ve found to be consistent with the stores in our area. Always check with your store to verify that store’s procedures. All stores agree every situation is subject to manager’s approval.
Must present Advantage Card
Doubles 3 manufacture coupons up to $0.50 per $10 spent (6 coupons spend $20, etc.)
Only one coupon per item
The Double Coupon will not exceed the price of the item
Will not accept Coupons over the item price (item $0.95 – $1.00 coupon won’t work)
Doubles coupons up to $0.60
Accepts internet printables, but not for free items (no BOGO)
Doesn’t accept store coupons
Some stores may have limits
Doubles coupons up to $0.50
You don’t have to buy two of B1G1 to get the sale price
If you buy two B1G1 products, you can use 2 coupons
Accepts Supermarket Competitor Coupons (Food Lion, Bi Lo, Kroger, Target)
Can use a store coupon and manufacture coupon on the same item
Doubles coupons up to $0.50
You don’t have to buy 2 of BOGO to get the sale price
If you buy two BOGO products, you can use 2 coupons
Can use a store coupon & manufacture coupon on the same item
Has e coupons online with store card
Does NOT take competitor Coupons
Matches competitor sale ad prices if you have ad with you (read sizes and quantities carefully)
Accepts manufacture coupons (not blinkies though)
Accepts competitor coupons…we’ve had problems with this…can call 1-800-WAL-Mart
Doesn’t double or issue coupons


  1. Steve says

    My wife was doing some shopping over the weekend and discovered a new Wal-Mart policy in the Lafayette, GA store. You are only allowed to use one coupon per item PER TRANSACTION. So if you had 7 items, which she had 7 Command hangers and 7 separate coupons, you would have to do 7 separate transactions to buy your items.
    She also found that at the Chickamauga, GA Fred’s store, they no longer take internet coupons, period. They didn’t give any reason why.
    I don’t know if these policies are corporate wide, but they are in effect at these stores.

  2. Denise says

    The last time I tried to use internet manufacturer coupons at my local Walmart they said they did not take them (them being from the internet). How would I find out if that has changed or how do I get it changed??

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