Your Independent Grocer Canada Coupon Policy
Your Independent Grocer Canada coupon policy. It is valid at all Loblaws banner stores.
Coupon zone coupons, LCL flyer coupons, LCL website coupons and President’s Choice Financial® coupons are all gladly accepted according the terms and conditions printed on the coupon. Manufacture coupons are accepted for in store purchased items according to the guidelines listed in section 2.0.
- 2.1 The item being purchased must conform to the product details on the coupon including size, brand, quantity, co-purchased item etc.
- 2.2 Only Canadian coupons are accepted.
- 2.3 The expiry date must be valid.
- 2.4 The coupon must be presented at time of purchase.
- 2.5 A coupon cannot be redeemed against the “free” item in any offer where the customer buys more than one item to get one or more item for free (BOGO deals). Eg. Buy one bag of chips, get a second bag of chips free – a single coupon can be applied to the purchase of the two bags.
- 2.6 Coupons have no cash value.
- 2.7 If the coupon value exceeds the retail value of an item, the coupon value will be reduced to reflect the retail of the item.
- 2.8 All sales taxes are paid by the customer at the retail value of the product. Refer to 2.9 to see Free Item guideline.
- 2.9 The value of a coupon that offers a product for free will include the amount of any applicable taxes.
- 2.10 Home printed coupons from emails or websites are accepted in black/white or colour. Manufacture coupons must have a valid manufacture address on the printed coupon, expiration date and be completely legible.
- 2.11 Photocopies are not accepted.
- 2.12 Coupons are void if they appear distorted or blurry.
- 2.13 One coupon only per item purchased may be redeemed during each store visit, even if a limit statement is not included on the coupon. Coupon stacking is not allowed.
- 2.14 The Store Management reserves the right to restrict individual item purchase quantities to reasonable family limits.
3.0 General Information
- 3.1 Each coupon will be reviewed to ensure it complies with the details of the section 2.0 Guidelines. We appreciate your patience during this validation process.
- 3.2 Customers with excessive amounts of coupons in a single order may be asked to relocate to complete their order as a courtesy to our other Customers.
- 3.3 We may change this policy without notice at any time.
- 3.4 All coupon redemptions are subject to the policy in effect at time of redemption.
- 3.5 Competitor’s coupons are not accepted.
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Thank you for posting this! I shop at YIG all the time, and so far *knock on wood* I’ve never had a problem 🙂
This Policy is not just for Independent, it’s for Loblaws too and all of the stores owned by Loblaws. I have a relative who works at Loblaws and their policy has change, exactly the same.
If you have the smartsource.ca coupon insert, then u got the Kleenex coupon buy two get a $1 off, an independent has them on sale this week for dollar days for $1 a box! …. I had 35 coupons! So Kleenex has officially become my first “stockpile” purchase! Lol
I tried to by the Neilsons milk that was on sale at my independent grocers yesterday in Ottawa where I have been shopping for almost 20 years and was told in not such a nice way that “we don’t take internet coupons”. I know that I have used them there before but apparently not any more 🙁 I said okay then well thanks but no thanks, I will go to Loblaws. She seemed rather shocked and pissed off that I did not wish to pay full price for the milk that I would get for free at Loblaws who will take the printed coupon.
I went to YIG the other day and wanted to use the b1g1 bulls eye coupon. it says one item per purchase and 3 seperate cashiers thought that meant 1 per transaction, They let me buy the items but it took like 10 minutes in line because they said they had to ring them all in on seperate transactions. I am definately printing this off so I can show them if I ever have a problem like that again.
Our Independent told my husband that they can’t accept manufacturer’s coupons because one of their cashiers accidentally took one that was for Mexico once. Our coupon clearly stated it was for Canada only and completely complied with the guidelines. Is it really our fault that their staff didn’t read someone else’s coupon? Anyway, we don’t shop there anymore.