Whole Foods does not have an official coupon policy. Each store can customize its own, which is subject to change at any time. “We are a very decentralized company and our store policies vary from store to store. Your local store may have unique coupon acceptance guidelines in place at the local level. At all of our stores we accept manufacturer’s coupons and Whole Foods Market coupons. For manufacturer’s coupons we follow the guidelines printed on the coupon, which may limit customers to one coupon per item or per purchase, etc. If you have specific questions about additional guidelines that may exist at the local level, we would encourage you to contact a member of the Store Leadership Team at your local store. For a listing of stores please visit http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com”
- Accept manufacturer coupons and Whole Foods Market coupons. (Some stores allow stacking and others do not, so be sure to check.)
- Do not allow doubling or more than one like coupon per item at any of their stores (one coupon per item purchased).
- Don’t give overage if the coupon value exceeds the cost of the product.
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