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Apr
03
2013

Shopping BOGO Free Sales at Homeland

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Buy One, Get One (BOGO) Free sales at Homeland are a little different than most stores.

Each of the two items in the BOGO Free are rang up at half price instead of the first product at full price and the second one at zero.

Since both products are rung up it allows you to use a coupon on each of the 2 items!

The registers are set to ring up all BOGO free items at 1/2 price no matter how many of the items you purchase so if you only want one item you can purchase it at half price. I do this when I only have one coupon to use or I just want only one item. :)

For example:
Say, Homeland has paper towels on sale BOGO free this week and the regular price of the paper towels is $3.00 each. You put 2 packs of the paper towels in your cart and when you get to the register the cashier rings the paper towels up at $1.50 each. You have 2 coupons for $1 off the paper towels. The cashier takes off both coupons. Maybe you only had one $1.00/1 coupon for the paper towels.  You could just buy one pack and the cashier would still ring it up at $1.50 and you’d get the paper towels for $.50. If you wanted three, you’d still pay $1.50 each.

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  • Hannah December 6, 2013, 1:42 PM

    Do they still double the coupons for bogo or not? like in the paper towel instance would your $1 coupon double to two or not?

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    • Queen Mum December 6, 2013, 11:01 PM

      Yes Homeland still doubles coupons with a BOGO free sale. If you buy both items and you have 2 coupons you can use them both. It will depend on the store you shop whether they will double both of the coupons.

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