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Price Chopper Alters Competitor Coupons Policy

SCHENECTADY, N.Y. — Price Chopper Supermarkets here announced in its 132 stores and on its Facebook page that it will no longer accept coupons from drug stores, club stores and dollar stores, though it will continue to take coupons “with some limitations” from other supermarkets and Target.

The Facebook announcement also indicated that the chain is not eliminating double coupons up to .99 cents.


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Among the coupon policies outlined on its website:

• Price Chopper’s AdvantEdge loyalty card must be scanned or entered prior to coupon deductions.

• The chain accepts one manufacturer and one Price Chopper store coupon for the same item, unless otherwise prohibited.

Read more: Price Chopper Runs Instagram Promo

• It accepts only one manufacturer coupon for an advertised buy-one, get-one-free offer, not to exceed the AdvantEdge price.  

• It accepts one competitor “dollars off your order” coupon from other supermarkets, the value of which may not exceed 50% of the order.

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