Ok guys, the day has finally come. Awhile ago, Smith’s was ok with using an eCoupon along with a manufacturer’s coupon. So that is what I have been promoting on the site. However, as of today, Smith’s is no longer accepting an eCoupon and a manufacturer’s coupon on the same item. I received this word directly from Smith’s Corporate. You can still use those coupons separately. You just can’t stack them.
Freebies2Deals will no longer be posting “stacking” deals at Smith’s. But I WILL let you know of great eCoupon deals to take advantage of that don’t involve stacking!
**eCoupons include Cellfire, P&G eSaver, Shortcuts and the Smiths eCoupons.
So my first thought was…. If I have a coupon, in hand, for a product thats $1/1 but an eCoupon for .50/1 is the register going to take the eCoupon and reject the $1/1 that I would rather use?
Good question Niki! What does happen in that event?
Why was the first comment removed? And how will they police this?
I'm still working on getting all of the details from corporate. I will let you all know as soon as I do.
Anonymous, I was think the same thing about the first comment? But my concerns are the same about the ecoupon coming off and not taking the one that i'd rather use! Thanks for getting this info for us Melea!
i was just at smith's for the 50% off general mills sale (not that great for cereal IMO) and i used both ecoupons and paper coupons as usual without problem.