How do you keep all those coupon policies straight?
Well, I'm not a Mensa member, so I rely on a very basic trick -- I keep my coupon policies printed out, so I have something to refer to if I ever have a coupon-challenged cashier.
And because I'm not a Mensa member, I only just realized that I don't have all the national store coupon policies available in one place for my readers to print too! So let's rectify that today, shall we?
Here's your complete list of coupon policies for national grocery stores, drugstores, and big box stores, so you can click and print in seconds. I promise this will save you loads of time and frustration, as opposed to the trial and error experience that causes many new couponers to throw up their hands!
I've also included links to any how-to tutorials I have for those stores, in case you haven't couponed there before.
If you don't have access to a printer right now, I strongly suggest you bookmark this page, pin it on your Pinterest page, or share on your Facebook page so you can find it later!
Coupon Policies To Print For Your Coupon Binder
- CVS Coupon Policy -- also refer to my how-to guide here
- Dollar General Coupon Policy -- honestly, if you print no other policies, you should print this one. I am perpetually shocked by how little Dollar General cashiers (and sometimes managers) know about their own coupon policy.
- Dollar Tree Coupon Policy -- yes, they really do accept coupons!
- Family Dollar Coupon Policy
- HEB Coupon Policy -- I know HEB isn't a national chain, but I also know all my San Antonio readers would be leaving comments if I didn't include it. Check out my how-to guide here.
- Target Coupon Policy -- I also recommend couponers get familiar with Target's extensive price-matching policy (especially for use around the holidays!) Check out my how-to guide here.
- Walgreens Coupon Policy -- also refer to my how-to guide here.
- Walmart Coupon Policy -- This is also a must-print, along with Dollar General. Both chains unfortunately provide little or no coupon training to their cashiers, which can cause confusion and frustration on both sides of the register. Check out my how-to guide here.
Did I forget a national chain? Remind me in the comments!