Earlier this month I mentioned some changes to Shaw’s including the ending of their Shaw’s Reward card for lower prices. For those who shop (and coupon) at Shaw’s will note that no changes affected their coupon policy; however, Shaw’s did make a temporary addition to their coupon policy.
From now until the end of July, Shaw’s will be accepting competitor coupons! The competitor store coupons must be for the exact product and size, and they will also take competitor basket coupons like $2 off $25 or more for their competitors. Also competitor coupons will act as store coupons so you can stack a competitor store coupon with a manufacturer coupon. (For instance, a Target Coupon for Oreos can be stacked with a manufacturer coupon for a oreos as long as the size limits agree). If you use a competitor coupon under $1, they will not double.
This is a great way to save even more money at the grocery store!
TIP: I like to print my coupons through sites like Swagbucks (affiliate link) because I can get a little something back in my account when I print and redeem my coupons through them! I also use Swagbucks to surf the web, do surveys, and more. I save up all my points for Amazon gift cards and use them during the Christmas season for gift-giving!
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