Coupon Facts

December 9, 2010 at 6:10 pm Leave a comment


  • Coupons are interpreted by the wording and not the pictures on the coupon. 
  • Usually the most expensive product is pictured on a coupon.
  • If you get a B1G1 free coupon you can use the B1G1 and another manufacturer coupon.  You use your B1G1 coupon and you use the manufacturer coupon on the item that you are actually buying.
  •  At Publix you can use a store coupon and a manufacturer coupon for each item.
  •  How do you tell the difference in a store coupon and a manufacturer coupon?     Store coupons at Publix usually have LU # on them that the cashier enters or a barcode.  Manufacturer coupons have barcodes that begin with the number 5 or 9. 
  • You can also use a competitor’s coupon with a manufacturer coupon at Publix. 
  • Check Food Lion’s website for printable competitor coupons each week they release new ones. 
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