• Safeway eCoupons | Knowing the difference between a store coupon vs manufacturer coupon

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    The Safeway Just4U program is being coming a pretty big deal.  I love it for it’s simplicity, but it also can be tricking when you trying to figer out the difference between a store coupon and a manufacturers coupons.   These details are important to know because if you have one of each – You can use them together!!

    Here is how to tell if a Safeway eCoupon is a Store Coupon or a Manufacturer Coupon:



    If it’s a Manufacturers – the image will display the amount you are saving.  In this example,  Save $0.50 One Febreze Set & Refresh – (one time coupon)

    Store Coupons will give you a price point. Exp: Colgate Total Advanced or Arm & Hammer Toothpaste $2.49 each

    how-does-safeway-just-for-u-work

    Then there are coupons that say $1.00 off- One Time – These too are store coupons and you receive multiple savings, limited to one transaction – with the exception of P&G Product coupons

    Easy as pie, right? Hopefully that is helpful for you!

    Few extra tips:

    *Note if you load manufacturers coupons onto your store card you may not be able to print some of these coupons from coupons.com – I personally only load the Store Coupons, so I can get two prints instead of just a one time use.

     

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    10 Responses to “Safeway eCoupons | Knowing the difference between a store coupon vs manufacturer coupon”

    1. Leighann says:

      Hi!

      I also read (and it has worked for me) that Just4U coupons that say “$1.00 OFF” are store coupons that are available to use multiple times but only in 1 transaction while coupons that say “SAVE $1.00″ are the actual manufacturer’s coupons that can only be used for 1 item, save & off are the key words. It took me a while to notice the difference. I hope this helps!

      • dana says:

        Leighann,
        Thanks so much! I have been searching for some kind of help or information on this subject, the manager at one of the stores confirmed this but couldn’t tell me how to differentiate between a store and a manufacturer’s coupon. Thanks again!!!

      • hooty says:

        Thank you Leighann! Been trying to figure that out too. That helps SO much!

      • Kathy says:

        Thanks Leighann (and Amber). This is good information to have. It needs to be put somewhere for future reference for those of us who forget. :)

    2. Leighann says:

      Happy to help!

    3. Rachel says:

      There is one exception to the $x.xx off coupon. If its a p&g coupon that says $1 off then it will only come off of one item because they’re considered manufacturers coupons. All others that say” $1off ” and not “save $1″ will take off x amount per item that you purchase in a single transaction :)

    4. Joanna says:

      Am I correct in assuming that Safeway does not double the manufacturer’s coupons loaded on your card like they do the paper ones?

      • Sam H says:

        Yes, Joanna, you are correct. They do not double electronic coupons. Saves the checker figuring out the “off” vs “save” thing on the fly, too.

    5. Betsy says:

      So then can I only combine paper coupons with a store coupon?

    6. Staci says:

      If it says “off”, you can match it with a “manufacturer’s”. I remember this because they both have an “f”. So theybcan stack. If it says “save”, there is no “f”, so I can’t stack it with a “manufacturer’s coupon that I already have. It’s how I remember …

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