Deals By Store

Below is a list of what my local stores policies are. If there is a printable version of the policy, I strongly recommend that you print them off and have them with you when you shop.  They do come in handy during those frustrating “I-don’t-like-couponers“ or those “new and/or uninformed” employee scenarios that we find ourselves in on rare occasions.

Albertsons:
Coupon Policy
*As of May 28, 2014, Albertsons stores in North Texas no longer double/triple coupons.

Brookshire’s:
*Coupon Policy
*My local Brookshire’s policy is to triple coupons up to 35¢, double coupons up to 50¢ and will double/triple one like coupon per transaction.

Kroger:
*Coupon Policy
*Digital Coupon Policy
*As of September 14, 2011, Kroger stores in Texas will no longer double or triple coupons.

Lowe’s Market:
*Coupon Policy
*My local Lowe’s Market does not double or triple coupons.

Tom Thumb:
*Coupon Policy
*My local Tom Thumb’s policy is to triple coupons up to 35¢, double coupons up to 50¢ and will only double/triple one like coupon per transaction.  Tom Thumb’s policy does allow for “stacking”, which means you can use one manufacturer coupon and one in-ad coupon per item.


Target:
*Coupon Policy
*Price Matching Policy
Target’s policy does allow for “stacking”, which means you can use one manufacturer coupon and one store coupon per item.

Walmart:
*Coupon Policy
*Ad Match Guarantee Policy
*Online Price Match Policy


Dollar General:
*Coupon Policy

Family Dollar:
*Coupon Policy


CVS:
*Coupon Policy

Walgreens:
*Coupon Policy

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