The next time you are in Publix, take a look at their newly released coupon policy.
The policy continues to remain pretty fair to me, but it is nice to see something written out.
What do you need to know?
- Publix accepts one Manufacturer Coupon (MFR) per item
- Publix accepts original Publix Coupons (no copies)
- Publix accepts valid Internet Coupons
- Publix accepts nearby Competitor Coupons (each Publix store will identify their competitors)
- Publix accepts Competitor non-over the counter Coupons.
- Publix will not accept percent off coupons (percent off an item or percent off a total)
- Publix accepts coupons for identical merchandise they sell
- Publix acknowledges restrictions on the coupons
- Publix reserves the right to limit quantities
- Publix requires manager approval for coupons over $5 in value.
- Publix recognizes each item as a separate purchase on a B1G1 sale. That means you can use two coupons (you have to sales or two items.)
- One one item, you can use a manufacturer (MFR) AND store coupon (SC) or competitor coupon (CC)
- Publix accepts only one type of dollar off total coupons (ie one $2 off $5 Bakery purchase)
- “The order total must be equal to or greater than the total purchase requirements indicated on the coupon(s) presented.” (This statement is a little vague and thus can vary by cashier. This could mean no moneymakers or this could mean on a $5/$25 coupon you have a $25 purchase.)
Check with your local store to see what coupons they take as competitors as each store varies based on location and stores surrounding it.
Find all current running Publix Weekly Ad Deals on Frugal Coupon Living.
Note: This policy is not online yet, rather at this point it is being handed out in select grocery stores and locations.