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PC: FREE Marzetti Croutons & $1 Dressings & Dips w/ New $0.75/1 Any!




Update: Per a reader this coupon comes up DND at the register (even though it does not say dnd...) so PC will not double it..

(thanks, Kat!) 

Update: since the coupon does not say DND your cashier may still double it for you if you ask but ymmv. (thanks, Jennifer!)

$0.75 off any one Marzetti Dressing, Dips or Salad Topping Product - a great doubler!

Marzetti Croutons are on sale for $1.50 thru 10/25 = FREE  $0.75

Marzetti Salad Accents Salad Toppings are on sale for $2 thru 10/25 = $0.50 $1.25


Marzetti Vegetable Dips or Dressings are on sale for $2.50
this week 


Marzetti Caramel Dip 16 oz. is on a multiweek sale for $2.99
 

Comments

Kat said…
This coupon doesn't double. At least not at Price Chopper...
Erin said…
I printed it and it does not say DND so they should double it. Did it come up as DND on the screen at checkout?
Kat said…
Yea, on the screen when I checked out it said Don't double/triple...
Erin said…
What a bummer! Well thank you for the info, it most be coded to not double even though it does not say dnd, every so often this happens. I'll update the post.
Jennifer said…
The cashier read my coupon and doubled it manually.
Erin said…
That's good - the last time my cashier said she could not do it if it comes up DND but smoe cashiers will so I'll add that into the post :-)
Heather C. said…
My coupon also came up DND on the register, but since it wasn't printed anywhere on it, I insisted that they double it. They had to ask 2 people, but they finally agreed to do it. If it doesn't state DND on the coupon, don't they HAVE to double it? How can they get away with not doubling it just because their register tells them not to? Obviously somebody entered it into the store's system wrong or the manufacturer forgot to include the wording on the coupon. That just makes me upset to be surprised by something like this when I am counting on it to go a certain way at the register. The customer shouldn't have to pay for it if the store or manufacturer made a mistake. I mean, if I neglect to read a coupon and see it did actually say DND when I'm at the register, I just accept it, but in this case I really believe they should override it.
Erin said…
I agree with you Heather, I'm glad you spoke up.

I did ask once that shouldn't they double it as it does not say dnd anywhere on the coupon but I was told that they can't if the manufacturer prohibits it per their coupon policy and in this case it was prohibited when it was scanned in but the customer has no way of knowing that if it's not labeled dnd! So really the manufacturer neglected to write dnd. I can understand though how some some cashiers may not want to double it per policy, luckily coupons like this are few and far between.
Heather C. said…
I absolutely hear what you're saying, Erin. So here's the question: If the manufacturer neglected to write DND on their coupon even though it is in the coupon's coding, who's problem should it be to go after the manufacturer for the amount of the doubling that didn't occur? The store? The customer? I think it should be the store (corporate, not individual level). They have people who have the time to do that. I often feel like it's a constant game we play, consumer vs. the stores, consumer vs. manufacturer. If you're not constantly watching at the register and checking your receipts, you lose money. I've noticed so many mistakes since I started couponing and I've saved lots of money just by making sure I'm rung up correctly at the register. The stores make a lot of money just by way of these "mistakes"!
Erin said…
I think PC covers themselves for that by stating in their coupon policy: •Price Chopper voluntarily doubles...except when prohibited by the manufacturer.
So even though the manufacturer did not state DND on the coupon it sounds like PC is legally covered so it seems to be that the manufacturer is at fault, I think they should legally have to state dnd if they are going to code it like that or face fines.

I believe PC still does this, you may already know about it though - when an item does not ring up correctly the customer is entitled to receive $2 back for the error. It's stated in the big black information booklet stores have on display at the CS desk.