Krazy Couponers know that following coupon fine print is crucial to success, and so is following store policies and their limits.

Some stores limit like coupons, the number of identical products, or how many transactions are allowed per household. Make sure to check out each ad’s fine print and in-ad coupons and the store policy to make sure you obey all the rules. To get started, check out these corporate store policies!

 

Bottom Dollar Food

Bottom Dollar Food policy: “Customers may not use more than (1) one coupon per item with a maximum of (10) ten coupons for the same item per customer.”

Brookshire Brothers

Brookshire Brothers policy: For double or triple coupon promtions, “Limit 20 Coupons, per transaction, per day, per customer/household. Transactions may NOT be separated that would allow the 20 coupon limit or other limits to be exceeded. Limit 3 coupons per any like items, including all flavors/varieties of a product line.”

Chief Super Markets

Chief Super Markets policy: “Limit six (6) of same manufacturer's coupon. Limit two (2) of the same Internet coupon per customer.”

Dollar Tree

Dollar Tree policy: “We accept up to two (2) Internet Coupons per household per day.”

Food Lion

Food Lion policy: “Customers may not use more than (1) one coupon per item with a maximum of (10) ten coupons for the same item per customer.”

Fred Meyer

Fred Meyer policy:

“When buying multiples of an item, no more than 5 manufacturer's coupons for that product will be accepted in the same transaction, and only 1 manufacturer's coupon can be applied to each item.”

Giant Eagle

Giant Eagle policy: “1 coupon per item(s) purchased as stated on the coupon with a maximum of 12 coupons per same 12 items purchased in a 24 hour period per Giant Eagle Advantage Card® customer.”

Giant Food

Giant Food policy: “You may double a maximum of 4 identical manufacturers’ coupons. Up to an additional 12 identical manufacturers’ coupons/items will be redeemed at face value for a total of 16 identical manufacturers’ coupons.”

Harris Teeter

Harris Teeter policy: “We accept 20 double coupons per day per customer/household with VIC card; all others redeemed at face value. No orders may be separated that would allow the 20 coupon limit or any other coupon limits to be exceeded.”

Harvey’s

Harvey’s policy: “Customers may not use more than (1) one coupon per item with a maximum of (10) ten coupons for the same item per customer.”

Lowes Foods

Lowes Foods policy: “To ensure product availability for all customers, we limit redemption to 4 like coupons.”

Marsh

Marsh policy: For double coupons: “Limit of 2 identical coupons for 2 identical items (additional identical coupons for an identical item will be redeemed at face value).”

Martin’s

Martin’s policy: “We reserve the right to limit one (1) double coupon per same coupon per day, per customer.”

Rays

Rays policy: “Limit six (6) of same manufacturer's coupon. Limit two (2) of the same Internet coupon per customer.”

ShopRite

ShopRite policy: “We reserve the right to limit coupon redemptions to four (4) of the same coupon per household per day.”

Stop & Shop

Stop & Shop policy: “You may double a maximum of 4 identical manufacturers’ coupons. Up to an additional 12 identical manufacturers’ coupons/items will be redeemed at face value for a total of 16 identical manufacturers’ coupons.”

Target

Target policy: “Limit of 4 identical coupons per household, per day (unless otherwise noted on coupon).”

This means that if you have five $1.00/1 coupons for Glade candles, you can only use four of them per day. If a coupon says, “Limit one per transaction” or “Limit of 2 like coupons per shopping trip,” that fine print overrules the Limit 4 policy.

Tops

Tops policy: “We reserve the right to limit four (4) double coupons per same item, per day, per customer.”

Wegmans

Wegmans policy: “Only FOUR (4) manufacturers' coupons will be accepted on FOUR (4) of the same brand product per day.”

Note that individual stores reserve the right to refuse any coupon or limit quantities and transactions. If you have questions, ask customer service!