Re: Target's coupon policy!
by Adam W - Posted Mon May 28, 2007 @ 2:23 PM
I suppose I should go into more detail about my original problem. I have been playing "The Grocery Game" (google it if you don't know what it is.) I brought some coupons for some shaving cream and for some soap. The ones I bought cost less than the coupon value. The coupon clearly states "save $1.00 on ANY XXX product" Target only charges .97 for these products. Therefore Paula would not accept them. When I emailed Target to get clarification on the coupon policy the email clearly stated that Target will adjust the price of the coupon. Paula refused to do this even though the email was very clear in what Target's policy is.
Some of the coupons that she had refused the first time had expired and she refused to take them because of that. They have now all expired. I expect them to still honor the coupons since they were incorrect in refusing them in the first place.
I don't understand what this woman's problem is. The store is reimbursed the face value of the coupon plus .08. In this case they are making an extra .03 on each one because they are adjusting the price of the coupon. They make more money since I am using the coupons!
These were not internet coupons. They were coupons from the Sunday paper.