Coupon Policy for Stores You Shop

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coupon policy for stores

You may encounter workers at your favorite stores who are not abreast of their store’s own coupon policy.  If you are a frequent coupon-er, I suggest you print out your store’s policy, and keep it with you to help resolve any questions you or your store’s workers may have.

Also, make sure to check frequently for updates – there’s nothing worse than trying to dispute a point using an outdated policy!  (Yeah, that reminds me, I’m WELL overdue to update a few of mine…..)

  • CVS — not available to print online, but you can contact CVS/pharmacy Customer Relations at 1-800-SHOP-CVS (1-800-746-7287), email them at customercare@cvs.com (they also have a web based form on their website at the bottom under “Contact Us”) or by snail mail at: CVS Corporation, Corporate Headquarters, One CVS Drive, Woonsocket, RI 02895 
  • Kroger — Printable coupons policy, I cannot locate their policy online, and am told it varies from location to location, so you may want to call your local Kroger for clarification and/or for a printable policy
  • Rite Aid
  • Target
  • Publix
  • Walgreens
  • Walmart

Please let me know if there are more stores I should list here.  :o)

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