Whole Foods does not have an official coupon policy. Each store can customize its own, which is subject to change at any time. Whole Foods isn’t a very centralized business because a lot of their buying and purchasing happens on a local and regional level, so it’s left up to the store to make the final decision on coupons.
- Accept manufacturer coupons and Whole Foods Market coupons. (Some stores allow stacking and others do not; it just depends on your local store.)
- Do not allow doubling or more than one like coupon per item at any of their stores (one coupon per item purchased). Some stores interpret that latter phrase to mean only one coupon can be used per item–period. So they don’t allow stacking.
- Don’t give overage if the coupon value exceeds the cost of the product. (It will just be free plus applicable sales tax.)