Monday, November 27, 2017

What to do if my coupon is rejected?

My Coupon is Rejected- Now What?

What can you do when your coupons are refused?

How many times have you been couponing and found great deals, only to have the

cashier, CSM, or someone in a management position, at your local store, refuse your

coupons. Let's face it, not everyone is a fan of coupons or people who use them. The truth

is, there are some real haters out there. Not only do couponers have to deal with haters,

but also with the completely coupon illiterate.

What can we do as consumers?

Number one, you should never feel guilty about using coupons. It is not your fault that

the stores you frequent have uneducated people in charge of making decisions on your


Number two, always be polite, remember you catch more flies with honey than vinegar.

Yes, I know this is hard to do, especially after standing 45 minutes in a self check out

lanes in Walmart, and you are still waiting for a CSM.

Number three and I think the most important thing we can do as consumers; stand your

ground, don't just walk away. You have the right to save money, using your coupons.

Stores have a chain of command, if necessary, go to the top of the ladder. I have listed

corporate phone numbers of a few of the places you may use coupons. I strongly advise

you print these numbers and place them in your binders. It is better to be safe than sorry. 


CVS: (800)746-7287

Dollar General: (800)678-9258

Dollar Tree: (877)530-8733

Family Dollar: (866)377-6420

Kmart: (866)562-7848

Kroger: (800)576-4377

Office Depot: ( 800)463-3768

Office Max: (630)438-7800

Rite Aid: (800)748-3248

Safeway: (877)723-3929

Sam's Club: (888)746-7726

Target: (800)440-0680

Walgreens: (800)925-4733

Walmart: (800)925-6278

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