New Policy: Walmart Is Cracking Down On Customers In Illinois Who Use These
Illinois shoppers might be in for a rude awakening when they reach the checkout lane at Walmart. A new policy will leave some customers in a shock.
A ton of new policies have been posted to Walmart's website. One of those policies has not been changed or modified in nearly six years, but that is all changing as of last month.
Remember the show 'Extreme Couponing'? You would see people bring hundreds of coupons, use all of them at the register, and pay little to nothing for a full cart of groceries.
That's not the case any longer at Walmart.
To see Walmart changing their Coupon Policy is a major bummer because everything is already incredibly expensive with inflation. Give us a little bit of wiggle room!
Walmart Cracks Down On Customers Who Use Coupons
Here are some of the changes on the updated Coupon Policy:
- Walmart will not give cash back & overages will not apply to remaining items if the value of a coupon is greater than the item's value
- Walmart will only allow one paper coupon per item for in-store purchases
- Digital coupons on mobile phones will not be accepted
- Shoppers may not use expired coupons under any circumstances
- Description of product must MATCH item for coupon to be accepted
- Coupons cannot be stacked on top of a single item
This is the BIGGEST change in the Coupon Policy
There will be no overrides. If a scanner does not accept your coupon then a manager will not override it to the discounted price.
"To help our customers save money and live better, we gladly accept valid paper manufacturer coupons issued by manufacturers of products that Walmart sells. These paper manufacturer coupons must scan at the register and must not be expired in accordance with the following guidelines." [Walmart]
To see the full list of updated policies, visit Walmart's website.
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