I was at my favorite store last night and the CSM said that they have had issues with people getting upset about the coupon policy. She requested that I put the information on the blog, so here goes:
Harris Teeter's coupon policy per their corporate website updated September 2012:
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To better serve your shopping needs, please click here to view the Coupon Information Corporation's website for a listing of fradulent coupons that will not be accepted at Harris Teeter. "
The blue highlighted item is a source of much confusion. It's actually very simple. If you have six coupons that would normally double, the policy states that only 3 will double. You can use more than three like coupons.
Also, the CSM stated that customers are trying to use BOGO rainchecks with BOGO sales to get two items
free and they are not allowing that. This falls into the "We reserved the right.....".
If you have an issue, I encourage you to keep your wits about you and talk to the CSM - or - better yet, the Store Manager. The Store Manager is the one who makes the rules and guidelines specific to the store. They usually follow the corporate coupon policy, but, in some cases, have to make their own tweaks to the policy to protect themselves and their store.
I would love to hear how everone is doing. Leave a post with your totals.