CLEVELAND - Giant Eagle is changing its coupon policy making it easier for you to save money.
There have been many coupon policy changes in the last few years following the popularity of the TV show “Extreme Couponing.” But these latest changes are not extreme and will actually give you more ways to cash in on discounts.
Giant Eagle is now accepting competitor coupons from other grocers, convenience stores or pharmacies, although you can’t use a restaurant coupon. While that gives you more ways to save, these coupons will be treated a little differently than manufacturer coupons.
The coupon must be for a specific dollar amount – not a percentage off – and the competitor coupon won’t be doubled. You also can’t use a competitor’s coupon in the self-checkout lane. Read all the fine print at Giant Eagle .
Good places to look for these competitor coupons are Target and CVS, which sometimes have good deals if you transfer prescriptions.
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