Whole Foods Market 2013 Global Coupon Policy
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Whole Foods Market 2013 Global Coupon Policy

Posted on Thursday, October 10th, 2013 at 3:43 pm
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Previously, the coupon policies for Whole Foods Market varied by store. Recently, they’ve instituted a Global Coupon Policy. Take a look at their new coupon rules and regulations:

  • A store coupon and a manufacturer coupon can be combined on one item
  • When the value of a coupon exceeds the value of the product no cash back is given
  • Coupons are never doubled or tripled
  • All types of coupons are accepted with the exception of those that are obviously photocopied
  • Competitor coupons are not accepted
  • Case discounts can be combined with coupons
  • Multiple Whole Deal coupons for the same item can be used in one transaction as long as there is an individual coupon for each item purchased. (i.e. If you buy 5 Kashi products, you need 5 matching Kashi coupons)
  • If there is a Buy One Get One Free (BOGO) promotion in effect, one coupon can be used for the full priced item
  • All regions will allow Whole Deal coupons to be combined with manufacturer’s coupons
  • Team Member discounts may be used in conjunction with all Whole Deal coupons
  • Regions will override printed guidelines when necessary for customer/guest satisfaction.

Be sure to check with a customer service specialist at your local Whole Foods for any clarification you may need when using coupons in their store.

Information taken from the official Whole Foods website

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