Publix Changes Coupon Policy
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Publix Changes Coupon Policy

Publix announced that they will be issuing a new coupon policy that tightens down the way that customers can redeem coupons. Known as the store with the most liberal coupon acceptance among competitors, the new Publix coupon policy will bring it closer in line with the coupon policies of other grocery stores.

The biggest change will be the way that Publix accepts competitor coupons, narrowing down the list by which competitor coupons they will accept and limiting the distance of those competitors to within five miles.

While all of the details have not yet been released, the new policy is scheduled to be issued and to take affect May 23rd.

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