Official Coupon Policies to Make Saving Money Easier

A growing list of 25 plus national stores official coupon policies. This is a resource every couponer should use! Know the policies of your stores so you can coupon correctly and maximize your savings!

We all shop at different stores, and each of those different stores has a different coupon policy. It is important to know the coupon policies of your store so you can coupon ethically and correctly.

Some stores – like Aldi and Trader Joe’s – do not accept coupons and pride themselves on their everyday low prices. Club stores – like Sam’s Club and Costco – offer occasional store instant deals but do not accept any other coupons. Most grocery stores do accept manufacturer coupons and digital coupons. 

Coupon policies have changed dramatically in the past years and continue to change. I have often handed my coupons to a checkout clerk who was not aware of the policy of their own store. This makes it even more important for you to know your store coupon policies.

For that reason, I have compiled a list of many official coupon policies around the country. Here are the current official coupon policies for you to reference. Look through the list and see which ones apply to you and the stores where you shop. You can even print off a copy of the appropriate coupon policy and stick it in the back of your coupon box or binder for future reference.

Albertsons Coupon Policy

CVS Coupon Policy

Dierbergs Coupon Policy

Dollar General Coupon Policy

Dollar Tree Coupon Policy

Earth Fare Coupon Policy

Food Lion Coupon Policy

Harris Teeter Coupon Policy

H-E-B Coupon Policy

Hy-vee Coupon Policy

Kroger Coupon Policy

Meijer Coupon Policy

Piggly Wiggly Coupon Policy

Publix Coupon Policy

Rite Aid Coupon Policy

Safeway Coupon Policy

Save-a-Lot Coupon Policy

Schnucks Coupon Policy

Shop ‘n Save Coupon Policy

Target Coupon Policy

Walgreens Coupon Policy

Walmart Coupon Policy

Wegmans Coupon Policy

I hope these policies make the legalities of couponing easier. I will continue to update these policies periodically. If you have a store request, let me know and I will try to track down an official policy to add to this list!

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  1. We just went to Florida in January (Yes, it was Glorious!) I googled the local grocery blogs and even though I didn’t travel with coupons, I did optimize on the deals at the local stores. My relatives were quite impressed! it took me so little time, but the investment was worth it. I was able to cook a few meals for several people for so much less! Spending a few minutes with the weekly ad is good, but with internet access these days, it’s virtually effortless to scan a few blogs. They tell you the best deals for the week and you just build meals around them.

    We all have the same 24 hours in a day, and for me to spend a few minutes scanning for deals, even on vacations, saves us endlessly! I even found a few local haunts my relatives didn’t even know about, literally around the corner from them!!! We visited a “Rocket Fizz, Soda Pop and Candy Shop.” It was amazing! They were featured on “Undercover Boss” the evening before, which we did not know, but was so worth the stop, even with ALL those people there! If you have 45 minutes watch the Undercover Boss Rocket Fizz episode online. I am not a TV watcher, but the story was so touching and made me love our stop even more! Grab a tissue before you start it!

    Have a fabulous Friday! 🙂

    1. Again, what a great and creative idea to save money! How fun to find local favorites like that, too. I’ll have to look up that episode. I don’t watch much tv right now, but the episodes I’ve seen of Undercover Boss have all been great!

  2. That’s a great list! When I travel I usually google local grocery store blogs, but this tops it out with the coupons policies! Thanks!

    Also, side note… did you ever find out if your local Aldi has special ‘meat” deals? Ours are Wednesday and I grabbed ground beef yesterday and found a bunch of other deals on meats too! Loaded up and filled my freezer! Love it!

    1. You’re welcome, Christina! Although I love your idea to search for local grocery store blogs before traveling. I did find out that our Aldi’s runs the meat specials on Wednesday so I am going to watch those deals more closely and hopefully make it over there one of those Wednesdays. Thanks, again, for pointing that out to me. I’m glad you were able to load up on meat at great prices!

  3. So excited about my Kroger shopping trip! I saved 62%. I used digital coupons (ecoupons) plus the buy 6 get $3 off and they even took mfg coupons off for the cheese. I bought 8 packages of cheese and froze them all! This trip shocked even me when I saw the final balance due. It is getting harder and harder to save money, but this time, I sure did!

    1. Good job, Kathy! That is indeed something to be excited about! Cheese freezes great. I always have cheese in my fridge and freezer, but I love when I can stock up at prices like these.

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