If you coupon at Target, there’s a few changes to the Target Coupon Policy that you’ll want to check out!
- Limit 4 identical coupons per household, per day (unless otherwise noted on the coupon). I’m not sure how they plan to enforce this, since Target doesn’t have store loyalty cards to track household purchases. Watch for wording on coupons that may limit you to using less than four.
- Returns of items purchased using Manufacturer Coupons may receive coupon value returned in the form of a Target Gift Card. So, if you buy Glade Candles on sale for $2.99 and use the $1 off 1 Glade Spring Collection coupon, you’ll get $1.99 back like a regular return and $1 will be returned to you in the form of a Target gift card. Keep in mind that value of Target coupons are never returned. I’m not so sure I’m a fan of this rule, since they get reimbursed the face value of the coupon. It’s not like they lose money reimbursing us the coupon value, though I could see it if people are abusing their return policy and coupons and using it to make money.
- We reserve the right to accept, refuse, or limit the use of any coupon. This is true of all places that accept manufacturer coupons. They can refuse them for just about any reason. Hopefully stores won’t use this policy to limit the deals we are able to snag. It tends to always be managers who don’t understand coupons who abuse rules like this.
- We do not accept Canadian coupons in our U.S. stores.