Albertsons: New Coupon Policy Released – Now w/ Overage! Effective 12/17/11

Albertons has released their new coupon policy, effective December 17th, 2011, so be sure to print it out and throw out the old copy.  The policy now allows for overage; however, no cash back; and, clarifies combining Buy One Get One (BOGO) offers w/ BOGO coupons!

You can print your copy here:
Albertsons Coupon Acceptance Policy – SuperValu Intermountain West Division (Effective 12/17/11)

The highlights:


Coupons that exceed the retail value of an item will have the remaining amount applied to the balance of the transaction. In the event a transaction balance results in a “credit”, additional items WILL be added/suggested to the order to utilize the remaining value of the coupon. We will not provide any “cash back” on coupons; however we will provide full redemption value.

You can get overage!

Albertsons offers of Buy One, Get One Free (BOGO) promotions in their weekly advertisement can be combined with Buy One, Get One Free manufacturer coupons to result in BOTH items being Free. The items in the manufacturer coupon must exactly match our weekly advertisement offers and meet the redemption criteria.

You can get two items FREE w/ BOGO promotion and coupon!

Be sure to print out Albertsons Coupon Acceptance Policy – SuperValu Intermountain West Division (Effective 12/17/11) and check out the mrcouponer.com Albertsons section for the deals and coupon match-ups!


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7 Comments

  1. Posted December 16, 2011 at 8:27 PM | Permalink

    Ugh.

    “Albertsons only accepts original coupons and does not accept photocopied or reproduced coupons (including
    multiple prints of same series internet coupons
    ).”

    I do not like that wording.

    • MommmieD
      Posted December 16, 2011 at 8:59 PM | Permalink

      I just preordered butter for Sunday with the expectation that I could use the real California butter coupons. I wonder if this will give them license to object to a PDF file coupon.

    • MommmieD
      Posted December 16, 2011 at 9:00 PM | Permalink

      What do you think, Shuri?

      • Posted December 16, 2011 at 9:03 PM | Permalink

        I was thinking the same thing, but I am going to bring my phone in hopes that I can show them the coupon is from their site?

        • Posted December 16, 2011 at 9:10 PM | Permalink

          the stores in here have enough employees that are couponers that i’m sure most of the stores see this coupon enough and know that it exists in .pdf form :)

      • Posted December 16, 2011 at 9:09 PM | Permalink

        i think it should be fine. :D

    • Posted December 16, 2011 at 9:09 PM | Permalink

      yeah, that is definitely obtuse wording. hopefully the stores and managers discern the meaning correctly. :D

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