Harris Teeter Coupon Policy Changes 05/24

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Looks like Harris Teeter has changed their coupon policy, again. 

  1. I posted last week that the printable coupon limit had been increased from 2 to 3 “like” coupons.  That has changed back to 2 “like” Internet printable coupons. 
  2. A great change in the policy is the one coupon allowed for Buy One, Get One Free items stipulation has been removed!  You should now be able to purchase (2) B1G1 products and use (2) coupons!  I’ll post if they change this policy back.

I have marked in RED aspects of the policy that you should be familiar with.

Get the Harris Teeter Coupon Policy here


  • We accept coupons that have not passed their expiration date for use; we cannot accept any expired coupons.
  • We accept only one manufacturer coupon per purchased item.
  • We do not accept coupons on items not purchased.
  • Coupons must be presented at time of purchase; we cannot return money for coupons not used.
  • Coupons presented and items purchased must match exactly; size, variety, flavor, etc.
  • We uphold any purchase stipulations set forth by product manufacturer.
  • We accept one coupon per item purchased.
  • We accept coupons for items only of equal or more value; we do not give cash back.
  • Sales tax is paid by customer at full retail.


  • We accept 20 double coupons per day per customer/household with VIC card; all others redeemed at face value. No orders may be separated that would allow the 20 coupon limit or any other coupon limits to be exceeded.
  • We double manufacturer’s coupons up to face value of $0.99; with total amount not to exceed $1.98 or entire retail of item; whichever is less.
  • We double up to three identical items with manufacturer coupon; additional coupons for like item will be honored at face value. Like items include all flavors.
  • No competitor coupons will be doubled or tripled.
  • Coupons that state “do not double” should not be doubled or tripled.
  • eVIC coupons can be accepted along with paper coupons, however will not be doubled.

Internet Coupons

  • We gladly accept internet manufacturer’s coupons for product; however no “free” product internet coupons are accepted.
  • With the purchase of two like manufacturer’s products, we accept two internet coupons, per store, per day.
  • We do not accept internet coupons that do not appear to be originals or that won’t scan.

Competitor’s Coupons

  • We gladly accept local competitors’ manufacturer coupons. We also redeem circular or direct-mail coupons for money off of the total order.
  • We do not accept any internet coupons from other retailers.


  • Rainchecks never expire and are accepted at any Harris Teeter store.
  • We do not issue rainchecks for coupon items that may be out of stock or for “while supplies last” items.
  • We reserve the right to limit raincheck quantities based on product availability and advertised limits.
  • Rainchecks can be written for a limit of three unless otherwise stated in the ad.

Scan Guarantee

  • Our scan guarantee states “If an item scans higher than the shelf tag or sign, you will receive one like item free, excluding alcohol and tobacco.”
  • We will honor five “scan guarantees” per customer; all other pricing inadequacies will result in the difference between the shelf tag and the actual price of the item being refunded.

Harris Teeter reserves the right to limit quantities in coupon usage, as well as products and to amend our policies as we deem appropriate.


  1. chantal says

    i had to run into the greenbrier harris teeter this past week and they actually separated my coupons, taking the ones that said do not double out and were going to manually enter them. this happened to me before out in virginia beach last year as well, the “should” in do not double is kind of loose wording. the coupons in question were pepperidge coupons that can be found inside their packages. they start with a 5 but say do not double. i forgot how each store interprets this part of their policy differently.

    • Dana says

      Each store enforces the policy different. I just heard last week that Hanbury is planning to start checking too.

      The bad thing is, I don’t always know a coupon is DND from the database.


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