Monday, October 18, 2010

Publix Coupon Policy

This is for a specific store in Orange City, but most stores in Florida adopt the same policies. Store managers have the right to refuse the use of some coupons at their discretion. Publix, I’ve found, has been very receptive to coupons and I’ve never had a problem using them. Most cashiers are just amazed at how much I can save! If you have a problem at a specific store, don’t be afraid to call or email the corporate office. There’s no harm in being right!

Only one manufacturer coupon can be used per item.

One manufacturer coupon and one Publix store coupon can be used per item. Also, one manufacturer coupon and one competitor coupon can be used per item. (Some Publix stores have different competitors. At the Casselberry store, I can use Target, Walgreens, CVS, Albertson’s, and Winn Dixie coupons.) This includes both items purchased during a BOGO sale.

While it doesn’t say specifically, we can assume that you are not allowed to use more coupons than you have items. Some registers require a manager’s approval if the dollar amount of coupons is over $50 or if more than $50 total coupons are being used. Your store may vary.

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