Harris Teeter- Coupon Policy Changes

So Harris Teeter has become wise to some of our ways.  Here is their new coupon policy.  It only has a few small changes but they can affect some of your deals! 

1. Coupons that state “do not double” should not be doubled or tripled (not all Harris Teeters have done this).

2. They accept only one coupon for Buy One Get One Free items. (There has been one work around couponers have often used with this. If an item was Buy One Get One Free they have previously been accepting a $1/2 type of coupon. Now they are going to require you to purchase 3 of the item to use that type of coupon.)

3. Rainchecks can be written for a limit of three unless otherwise stated in the ad.

So be sure you keep these things in mind when you prepare for your Harris Teeter shopping this week!

Thanks Stretching Your Budget!

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Comments

  1. patty says

    I don’t know why they are going to require that you get 3. When you buy one of the BOGO items it rings up half price. So aren’t they just discouraging you from getting any more than 1 item for all their BOGO’s? Seems like a policy that is going to hurt them.

  2. says

    I never shop HT as their prices are way higher than anyone else in the Williamsburg area. Plus for those of us living 20 miles (one way) west of Williamsburg will have to travel over 40 miles round trip…not a $$$ saving trip.