Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Fairlawn Kroger NEW Coupon Policy

Kroger does not have a standard coupon policy.  The coupon policy for each store is left to the discretion of the store manager.

  The New River Valley Fairlawn Kroger store just issued a lengthy new policy, effective August 2011.  This policy is posted at each register or available in paper form at the Customer Service Desk. 

Or, you can save some time at the register and read it here.
(I'll be checking the other New River Valley stores for their policies and will post them as well.)

Fairlawn Kroger Coupon Policy:

-We reserve the right to limit no more than five paper manufacturer coupons for the same product, each coupon value considered one coupon in the same transaction.

-Limit one paper manufacturer coupon per item purchased.

-Expired coupons are not to be accepted.

-Only Pharmacy Competitor Coupons accepted.

-Couponed item will not be sold to dealers.

Internet Coupon Restrictions/Print at Home Coupons
-"Free Item" internet coupons are not to be accepted.

-Only one internet coupon per item will be accepted.

-Only two internet coupons per manufacturer, per customer, per day

-Internet coupons that display characteristics below will not be accepted:
-blurry, out of proportion, do not scan properly, appear to be altered in any way

-manufacturer's coupons $.50 and below will automatically be doubled.
-Doubling does not apply to the following:
-free, Kroger, Catalina, Retail Food Store coupons, Electronic coupons, Items prohibited by law.

Note:  The Store Manager has the right to accept, decline, or limit the use of any coupon.

This has been added to the policy that was posted previously at the register.  The original policy posted has some additional information.

-An electronic and a paper manufacturer coupon cannot be used on the same item.
-A store coupon and a paper manufacturer coupon may be used on the same item.
-An electronic digital coupon and a store coupon may be used on the same item.

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