New to Couponing at Whole foods??
Here are some tips that I hope you will find helpful.
- There is NO National Whole Foods Market Coupon Policy.
- Each Whole Foods Market Store creates their own Store Coupon Policy.
- Ask your local Whole Foods Store Manager for details on what your Whole Foods Store Coupon Policy is.
- If your local Whole Foods Store post their coupon policy on their website. Print out your Whole Foods Market Store Policy and keep it in your coupon organizer
- Whole Foods Market “Store Coupons”
- Manufacturers Coupon
- Many Whole Foods Stores do allow coupon stacking.
- Each Whole Foods Store Manager decides if they will allow stacking in their stores.
- Ask your Whole Foods Market Store Manager if they allow coupon stacking.
- Reusable Grocery Bags to Whole Foods Market and Save $0.5-$0.10 for EACH bag you use.
- Whole Foods Market Case Discounts is 10% off anything you purchase by the case. You save 10% before coupons
How many make a case??
Look at the shelf tag under the UPC Bar code to the right of the UPC numbers. (see pic below for reference)
There will be numbers by themselves(ranging from 2-96) . That is how many you have to buy to equal a case. ALWAYS tell your cashier that you bought a case. He/She has to enter it manually.
NO coupon match-up for your region:
- Print out the my Whole Foods Coupon Stacking Cheat Sheet
- Check out my Midwest Match-Up : take notes of the best deals.(Just in case your store has the same deal)
- Print out or clip all the coupons you need: both store and maunfacturer coupons
- Group the coupons together: so you know which ones stack
- Take my cheat sheet and your coupons to the store and see what deals you can match them up with
- Buy a case to at least save an extra 10% before coupons
- Come back and share your bargains!!
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