*Internet coupons are accepted
*Overage is accepted towards other items, not in form of cash back
*One coupon per item
*Shaw’s may reserve the right to limit quantities sold.
*Photo copies of coupons are not accepted as well as altered or fraudulent coupons.
*Shaw’s internet coupons are accepted with some restriction. The coupon must state “Shaw’s” and be printed from a computer, not copied. Unless otherwise stated, limit ONE coupon of each type per customer per day.
*A Shaw’s internet coupon will not exceed $10
*Manufacturer’s internet coupons follow the same stated manufacturer’s coupon policies with the following restrictions: must be printed from a computer printer, no copies. Manufacturer internet coupons for free items are not accepted. All internet coupons valued at $5 or more including BOGO internet printed coupons valued at $5 or more, may be accepted based upon a managers approval.
Doubling Manufacturer’s Coupons:
*Shaw’s doubles valid manufacturer’s coupons that are $0.99 and under as long as the coupon doesn’t say do not double.
*Up to FOUR like coupons (same UPC) can be doubled per day, per customer. If you have a 5th coupon, you can use it, but it will not double.
*”Store” coupons may not be doubled.
*Other retailer coupons are not accepted. Other retailer store catalinas are not accepted.
*Any combined discounts, including coupons, may not exceed the value of the transaction.
*Coupons must have a valid bar code and a valid expiration date to be accepted.
*Coupon may not be applied on a free item.
*Transactions my not be separated for the purpose of circumventing coupon policies.
REVISION: Shaw’s will take overage and put it on products, will not give money back though. This info is found at most service desks but is not in the official policy.