September 27, 2023
Price Cutter Coupon Policy Changes

We’ve all been there. You’re in the middle of your grocery shopping when you get to the checkout and realize you don’t have any coupons. Or, even worse, you have coupons but the store doesn’t accept them. It can be frustrating, to say the least.

Now, imagine you’re the store manager. You have to deal with angry customers on a daily basis, and it’s not always easy to keep everyone happy. So, when a store announces a change to its coupon policy, it’s not surprising that there might be some mixed reactions.

Such is the case with Price Cutter, a grocery store chain with locations in Arkansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma. The store recently announced a change to its coupon policy, and while some shoppers are thrilled, others are less than pleased.

So, what exactly is the new policy?

Price Cutter will now only accept coupons that are printed from the store’s website. This means that shoppers can no longer use paper coupons from the Sunday paper or coupons that they’ve clipped from other websites.

The store says that the new policy is designed to simplify the coupon-redemption process and to make it more efficient. But some shoppers are worried that it will make couponing more difficult, and they’re not sure if they’ll be able to save as much money.

What do you think of the new policy? Do you think it will make couponing more difficult or do you think it will be easier to use coupons that are printed from the store’s website?

We know that our Price Cutter shoppers are always looking for ways to save, so we wanted to let you know about some changes to our coupon policy. Starting Sunday, March 1, 2020, we will be accepting digital coupons from our partners. This means that you can now use coupons from your phone or other digital device when you shop with us.

We’re also changing the way we accept coupons for multiple items. Previously, we accepted one coupon per item. Now, you can use multiple coupons for multiple items, as long as the total value of the coupons does not exceed the total value of the items. For example, if you have four $1 coupons and you’re buying four $2 items, you can use all four coupons.

We hope these changes will make your shopping experience even better. As always, thank you for shopping with us.

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