New Updated Price Chopper coupon policy – MUST SEE!
Posted at 10:27 AM on Mar 24, 2013 by I am THAT Lady: Lauren
The first change is that they no longer will be taking competitors coupon from club stores, dollar stores, or drug stores. This means that a competitors coupon MUST be from a local grocery store.
Here is what the policy for this now looks like for competitor’s coupons.
- We accept one (1) competitor “dollars off your order” coupon from other supermarkets; the value of which may not exceed 50% of the order. This coupon may not be combined with any other “dollars off an order” coupon, including a Price Chopper “dollars off” coupon. An example of this type of coupon is a $5 off a $50 purchase coupon. The dollar amount of the purchase requirement, if any, will be determined after AdvantEdge savings and all other coupons have been deducted.
- We accept paper competitor coupons for specific items from supermarkets and mass retailers (Target & Wal-Mart) subject to the conditions expressed on the coupon and provided we carry the item in our store. The dollar amount of the purchase requirement, if any, will be determined after AdvantEdge savings and all other coupons have been deducted.
- We do not accept competitor coupons earned on a loyalty rewards program, competitor digital coupons or coupons from any warehouse club, dollar, limited food assortment or drug store. Examples of these types of stores are CVS, Walgreen’s, Rite Aid, BJ’s, Family Dollar, and Dollar General.
The other HUGE change is that Price Chopper seems to have eliminated the 50% rule – WHAT!?!?! Happy Days are ahead folks! Here is why I assume this has changed:
Previously when discussing double coupons – there was always a clause about the 50% rule – in today’s new policy it appears that they have removed this clause and there is no mention of a 50% rule anywhere in the new policy.
Here is what it now looks like:
- Price Chopper voluntarily doubles, at its own expense, coupons with a face value of up to and including 99 cents, except when prohibited by the manufacturer. Coupons with a face value of $1.00 or more will be redeemed at face value.
They also clarified the question of combining Price Chopper E-Coupons with regular paper manufacturer coupons, this was not clear enough in their previous policy but now it is 100% clear that you cannot stack Price Chopper ecoupons with a paper manufacturer coupon.
Here is how they say it in the policy.
To view the entire policy you can visit the Price Chopper website here.
What do you think of the new policy change? With this affect your grocery shopping in a good or bad way?