BIG Changes to Dollar General Coupon Policy April 2018
Whoa you guys that shop at Dollar General want to keep reading….It may be a surprise to some, but for others it is no surprise how much coupons get abused at Dollar General. If you are on Facebook and try to join couponing groups you have seen first hand how ridiculous some people get making it their job to find what coupons scan on the wrong items and what digital coupons work on any item they can find. In case you didn’t know this is completely wrong way to coupon not to mention fraudulent! Here at My Momma Taught Me we take pride in sharing our proper knowledge on how to coupon. Feel free to check out all of our coupon groups we run here.
So the big changes you need to know about the new Coupon Policy for Dollar General are going to be listed below. You can check out the full breakdown of the policy here.
- Limit of 5 identical coupons per household per day, if no limit specified on coupon
- Transactions cannot be broken up to avoid coupon stacking restrictions.
- Only one Dollar General Digital Coupon Account per person.
ONE TRANSACTION: Whoa…the limit of transactions is definitely new and will be a huge bummer to those who go in and do tons of orders. But kudos to Dollar General for attempting to make changes. I say it’s about time! I once saw someone have a whole cart full of one item that required a digital coupon to get for almost free and was going to do a ton of single orders. I couldn’t even get the one I wanted because they wiped the shelf clean. To me that is wrong. It’s people like that who ruin it for the rest of us.
ONE DIGITAL ACCOUNT PER PERSON: BOOM. Yes! Please limit people to only use ONE account. How ridiculous is it to have someone going in using 20+ phone numbers just to do all the deals. I get it…I do but come on people let’s not be that greedy these deals come again and again at multiple stores.
More Changes Added:
Basically they can tell you that you cannot buy 20 of the same item if they choose to do so.
Basically they can choose what coupons they want to deny. If a coupon is a high value say like $10 they may choose to deny it. Very vague, but there for them to say hey it’s in our policy.
Again…vague, but giving the store the excuse to choose to deny couponers any coupon they see to including the digital coupons.