Friday, July 15, 2011


Bi-Lo has recently changed their coupon policy. The biggest change that I see is that they will now accept local competitor's coupons, and allow you to stack a store coupon with a manufacturer's coupon. I have put a link to it on my sidebar so that you can print it out and keep it with you for reference. The new policy reads as follows:

  • Coupons must be presented at the beginning of the checkout transaction, along with your Bi-Lo Bonuscard.
  • Manufacturer and store coupons will only be redeemed on or before expiration date.
  • One manufacturer and one store coupon can be redeemed per item.
  • Items must be purchased in the size, variety and quantity as specified on the coupon.
  • All restrictions and/or limits printed on coupons will be enforced.
  • Limit of ten (10) coupons on like items are eligible to double. Remaining coupons on like items will be redeemed at face value and will not be doubled.
  • Manufacturer coupons with a value of 60¢ or less will double, unless otherwise posted at store level.
  • Double coupon redemption applies only to manufacturer coupons. Bi-Lo store coupons will not be doubled.
  • Free manufacturer or store coupons will not be doubled.
  • Electronic coupons will not be doubled.
  • The total coupon value, including the doubled amount, must not exceed the price of the item and no cash back will be given.
  • Coupons on alcohol or tobacco products will not be doubled.
  • Coupons will not be doubled when restricted by manufacturer or where prohibited by law.
  • Only valid, scanable Internet coupons will be redeemed.
  • Bi-Lo will redeem local competitor coupons on identical items.
  • Bi-Lo reserves the right to accept, decline or limit the use of coupons.

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