Price Chopper has revised their coupon policy. It's now more detailed and includes specific examples which is great but I don't see much new, only a few minor things:
- "Coupons must be presented at the beginning of the order and the AdvantEdge Card must be scanned or entered prior to coupon deductions."
- They have added Save-A-Lot & Aldi coupons to competitor coupons they do not accept.
- "We accept paper competitor coupons for specific items from supermarkets and mass retailers (Target & Wal-Mart) subject to the conditions expressed on the coupon and provided we carry the item in our store. A paper competitor coupon for their store brand will be accepted for a comparable Price Chopper brand product of the same size & weight.
- A few readers have recently had issues with this and now it's been clarified. So for example, a coupon for ShopRite bread for $0.49 can still be used when substituted for PC brand bread. Please note it must be the same size and weight.
What do you think about the changes?