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Oct
14
2011

Whole Foods Market Coupon Policy

Whole Foods Market does not have a printed or online coupon policy at this time (for the Oklahoma City area or a universal one either).  I called and asked about their policy and this is what I was advised:

  1. They accepted internet printed coupons in black and white and in color.
  2. They accept manufacturer’s coupons.
  3. They will accept the free coupons we get in the mail (as long as a valid redemption address is on them).
  4. You can stack a Whole Foods coupon with a manufacturer’s coupon.
  5. They do not take expired coupons.
  6. They do not double or triple any coupons.
  7. They do not give overage.
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  • Shelly T. October 15, 2011, 1:41 AM

    Thanks for the information! I was wondering if they would allow stacking. Are you going to start doing match-ups for their weekly sales? I hope so!

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    • Princess Karen October 15, 2011, 10:12 AM

      I am planning on hitting the store today and getting an ad. I found a small ad online, but I want to see if there is a bigger one in store. We are hoping to get the deals matched up each week! ~Princess Karen

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  • Shelly T. October 16, 2011, 1:00 AM

    Looking forward to the match-ups! Let us know how you like the new store. It is supposed to be one of nicest in the U.S.

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