New Harris Teeter Coupon Policy

Since I”m getting ready to start your Harris Teeter matchups, I feel I have to post about the updated coupon policy.  These changes, while sad, are not unexpected.

A few things worth noting:

  • The 3 like items policy is now specifically to include all flavors
  • DND coupons should not be doubled (some of you have already experienced this)
  • Can’t split transactions to get around the 1 coupon per B1G1 item
  • Accept competitors’ manufacturer coupons – I need clarification because the “local competitors’ manufacturer coupons” doesn’t specify off total order
  • Now allowing 3 like internet printable coupons instead of 2!

Doubling

  • 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 to be exceeded 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.

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.

Internet Coupons

  • With the purchase of three like manufacturer’s products, we acceptthree internet coupons, per store, per day.

Get the complete Harris Teeter Coupon Policy

Updated: May 16, 2011

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Comments

  1. The manager at the HT by my house said that they can not take a B1G1 internet coupon…they are not accepting any internet coupons that make items free….

  2. Thank you for posting this. I got lucky and saw it today! I had no idea anything had changed. I didn’t do any of the “bad” before so it didn’t effect me until you got to the 5 DND. That is definitely going to bother me.

    I had always read that when a store doubles a Q, the extra is covered by them. Manufacturers never paid more than face value anyway. Doubling is a way to get shoppers to come to them when they have 2 similar choices in marketing.

    • Hi Dawn,

      Some stores still allow doubles on DND5 coupons. The store managers can make that call. It’s a ymmv type of deal. Yes, the doubled amount is paid by the store but the store gets back from the manuf. the value of the coupon plus $0.08 for S&H.

      Exactly, they get shoppers in the store and most likely the customer will buy more than just coupon items or buy something only because it has a coupon.

  3. Harris Teeter now updated it back to TWO internet coupons! Go to the harris teeter page to see it…

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