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In the past, Whole Foods’ policies could vary on things like stacking store coupons with manufacturer’s coupon, so I’m happy to see it all organized in one place. One change that I’m not a huge fan of is only using one coupon on B1G1 deals, but I guess you can’t win ’em all. Here are the details:
Official Whole Foods Coupon Policy
-A store coupon and a manufacturer coupon can be combined on one item.
-When the value of the coupon exceeds the value of the product no cash back is given.
-Coupons are never doubled or tripled.
-All types of coupons are accepted with the exception of those that are obviously photocopied.
-Competitor coupons are not accepted with the exception of Michigan stores in Midwest.
-Case discounts can be combined with coupons.
-Multiple Whole Deal coupons for the same item in one transaction can be used as long as there is an individual coupon for each item purchased.
-If there is a BOGO FREE promo, one coupon can be used for the full price item.
-All regions will allow Whole Deal coupons to be combined with manufacturer’s coupons.
-Team Member discounts may be used in conjunction with all Whole Deal coupons.
-Regions will override printed guidelines when necessary for customer/guest satisfaction.
I bolded the main changes to take note of. If you want to see the link on their page you can find the policy here.
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