Publix shoppers – we have some Publix Coupon Policy Changes coming. This policy goes into effect Oct. 1 with a grace period until Oct. 18. There aren’t any huge changes, which is good, but there are a few changes that I want to highlight:
Coupon limit: Only 8 of the same coupon can be redeemed per day. I have mixed feelings on this one. It’s not a huge change because you’re only allowed 10 sale items per day anyway, but I do like being able to use up to 10 coupons. However, I think this will help curb shelf clearing, which is good for all of us in the long run.
Overage: Money back will now be given on a Publix gift card rather than in cash. I always liked the feeling of getting cash back when I had overage after all my coupons but, really, a gift card is just as good!
Here is a list of all the changes:
- Coupons will only be accepted for identical items.
- You can use a maximum of 2 coupons per item – a manufacturer coupon and either a Publix store coupon or competitor coupon.
- Digital manufacturer coupons can not be combined with paper manufacturer coupons on the same item.
- Percentage off items or percentage off total order coupons will not be accepted.
- Coupons that Publix determines to be printed incorrectly (missing coupon details) will not be accepted.
- Coupons shown on a mobile phone or device will not be accepted.
- Coupons that appear to be copied will not be accepted.
- Each BOGO item is considered a separate purchase.
- You may only use 8 of the same coupons per day per household.
- Individual coupons above $5 require manager approval.
- You may only use one Publix or competitor dollar off total order coupon per day per household.
- Any overage at the end of a transaction will be giving on a Publix gift card.
- You may only get 1 rain check per item per day per household.
- Rainchecks will not be issued for Publix, manufacturers or competitor coupons.
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