Publix 2013 Coupon Policy
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Publix 2013 Coupon Policy

Posted on Friday, June 7th, 2013 at 3:09 pm
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Publix_logoInformation Valid as of June 2013

Publix DOES accept the following coupons:

  • Manufacturer coupons (limit one per item)
  • Publix store coupons
  • Valid Internet coupons
  • Coupons from nearby competitors (competitor names are posted in each individual Publix stores)
  • Only original coupons
  • Coupons from competing pharmacies for prescriptions only
  • Coupons from competitors that require you to show a store loyalty or rewards card.
  • Coupons for a competitor’s private label brand for Publix own private label brand


Publix DOES NOT accept coupons for the following conditions:

  • Percent-off-items or percent-off total-order coupons
  • Coupons presented via a mobile phone or device


Additional Publix Coupon Policies

  • Publix will only accept coupons for identical merchandise sold in their stores
  • Acceptance of coupons is subject to any restrictions on the coupon. Publix reserves the right to limit purchase quantities
  • Manager approval is needed for individual coupons valued over $5.00
  • For a buy-one-get-one-free (BOGO) offer, each item is considered a separate purchase
  • Publix WILL accept a manufacturer’s coupon and either a Publix or competitor store coupon for the same item
  • Digital offers cannot be combined with manufacturer paper coupons on the purchase of a single item
  • Dollars-off-total-order coupons will be limited to one Publix and one competitor coupon per order
  • The order total must be equal to or greater than the combined purchase requirements indicated on the coupon(s) presented
  • Publix WILL accept BOGO and buy-one-get-two free coupons for competitor stores as long as the customer is purchasing the identical product(s)

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