As I start to get more into couponing, I’m becoming aware of the fact coupon policies vary from store to store and it’s a good idea to be familiar with those that I tend to frequent. So, I spent the afternoon researching online to learn store coupon policies, and here are some I found.
Target’s coupon policy is a little more liberal and allows coupon stacking of one of their Target issued coupon with a manufacturer’s coupon. Find an item on sale along with stacked coupons for that item, and you’ll saved yourself a whole lot more! Keep in mind though that they can’t give cash back if the face value of a coupon is greater than the purchase value of the item.
Walmart’s coupon policy is pretty general, but there are a couple of things to note before taking your coupons in when you shop. For instance, it appears that they do not allow coupon stacking like Target does. Their policy specifies “one coupon per item”.
Meijer’s coupon policy (scroll to the bottom of that page) also allows for coupon stacking as long as, like target, it is one Meijer issued coupon and one manufacturer coupon.
Safeway (in our area, Dominick’s) coupon policy is a little more specific, but good information to know if I decide to make the trip out to the nearest Dominick’s – sadly our local store was closed.
Jewel-Osco coupon policy information was hard to find. I did a Google and Yahoo search for “Jewel-Osco coupon policy” and did find information at ACupFull.com and CafeMom.com. The store site offers alot of different ways to save, but couldn’t find a specific coupon policy anywhere on the site. If anyone finds one, please post a link in this post’s comments section. TIA!
Sidenote: I live in the midwest, so store names in some cases may not apply or may be different in your area.