Regarding coupons that read "Do Not Double":
Corporate Albertson’s has recently trained their stores to NOT allow coupons that read “Do Not Double”. It just recently happened in my store, and I have heard from just about every store that this is the case. I have heard that they required each store employee to sign something saying that they would not double coupons that say “Do Not Double”
1. Follow the rules
2. Express our discontent to corporate, by sending an email telling them how we feel.
Albertson's has In-Ad Coupons that can be matched with manufacturer coupons for additional Savings. Some of the In Ad Coupons found at Albertson's are "Twice the Value" Coupons or Doublers. Doublers are good on any manufacturer coupon up to $1 in Value. So, if you use a $1 manufacturer coupon, and then the doubler- they will take off another $1. If you have a coupon for $1.01 or $1.50 etc., they will NOT (or should not) take an additional $1 off.
You may use one manufacturer coupon and one store coupon per item. Since the Doubler is a Store Coupon- You can not use it in conjunction with another In-Store Coupon. For example- If there is a In-Store coupon (in their ad) you can not use that coupon and a doubler- since that is technically 2 store coupons (just like you can't use 2 manufacturer coupons on 1 item).
If you are buying an item for $1.88 and you have a $1 manufacturer coupon- and a Albertson's Doubler- THEY HAVE TO ADJUST THE DOUBLER DOWN TO $.88.
Has everyone seen this new policy at your Albertsons?