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Save On Foods – coupon policy changes (coupon stacking allowed!)

Save On Foods has revised their coupon policy.

Please be aware that each store does set its own policy, so be sure to check with the location you shop at before you use any coupons.

Coupon acceptance practices

Our coupon acceptance practices are designed to help extend more savings to our customers while ensuring we continue to offer an exceptional customer service experience to everyone in our stores.

Rules for manufacturer issued coupons:

  • Present your coupon at the time of purchase
  • Ensure all conditions stated on the coupon are met (product to purchase, size, flavour etc.)
  • Ensure your coupon has a Canadian address
  • Ensure your coupon is redeemed prior to the expiration date
  • f printed from the internet, your coupon is legible
  • Ensure your coupon is not a photocopy
  • Ensure your coupon is not issued by one of our competitors
  • Ensure your coupon is not a mail-in rebate
  • If stacking more than one coupon, the sum of the discount cannot exceed more than 5% of the value of the product. For instance, $5.00 off an item priced at $4.99 will be OK, but $2.00 off an item priced at $1.90 is not

Guidelines for high volume coupon redeemers:

  • Please call ahead to ensure we have adequate team members available on our front end at the time you plan to shop so that we can accommodate your needs while providing great service to our other customers.
  • At checkout, please ensure that coupons are placed with each item to speed up the coupon validation and checkout process.
  • If you hope to purchase large quantities of individual items, please provide 2 – 3 days notice to your local store manager so we can properly manage inventory requirements.
  • Please note that we reserve the right to limit quantities purchased based on inventory available for all customers.
  • Please note that we will not accept large quantities of multiple coupons during any special promotional days. For more information, please see the store manager.
  • Store issued coupons: store coupons are distributed through flyers, email, in-store kiosks, social media and direct mail.
  • Our store system reinforces the conditions of every coupon we receive to ensure that specifications are met (including banner, date, product specifications, limits, combinations, etc).
    Can be combined with vendor (manufacturer) coupons

Vendor coupon procedures

  • The date must be valid (should not be expired)
  • The address must be Canadian (no US coupons)
  • The product stated on the coupon has been purchased, and all conditions have been met, e.g. size, flavor etc.
  • If it looks like a printed coupon, take it. (photocopies are hard to spot, given black and white printing of internet coupons)
  • All coupons must be presented at time of purchase
  • More than one manufacturers coupon can be accepted per item
  • If vendor coupon value is more than product, give change, to a max 5% of item price/li>
  • ‘Mail In’ coupons are not to be accepted – read the coupon carefully, it will read “Mail in for Rebate”, return the coupon to the customer and explain
  • Bottle Deposits and Recycle Fees are applicable on the full value of the product
  • Taxes are applicable to the discounted amount (using the correct vendor coupon key) unless the coupon is for a ‘free’ taxable product
  • If it looks like a vendor coupon, take it.

We reserve the right to amend the above mentioned practices at any time, in consideration of the best experience for our customers. April 17, 2013

(Thanks British Columbia Coupons)


  1. sherri

    Would this mean that even if the coupon states not to be combined that you can still combine here?

    • Langley Girl

      I am wondering the same thing.

  2. Tanya

    YES! YES! YES!!

  3. Sarah

    Does this still work for coupons that say, not to be combined with and other coupon or offer.

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