Harris Teeter changes coupon policy in shoppers’ favor

Posted by Amy Dunn on March 19, 2014 

Harris Teeter has tweaked its coupon policy in favor of savvy shoppers.

The new policy allows up to three identical Internet printed coupons when three identical items are purchased.

Previously, the policy allowed only two identical printed coupons.

This is a great perk for savvy coupon clippers, looking to capitalize on Harris Teeter’s generous Buy One, Get One Free and Buy Two, Get Three Free offers.

While most printable coupon sites only allow consumers to print two of each coupon, many folks have access to additional coupons when printing from mobile devices.

Here’s the new wording in the policy:

“With the purchase of three like manufacturer’s products, we accept three Internet coupons, per store, per day.”

Read Harris Teeter’s full coupon policy HERE.

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