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Many stores accept their competitors' coupons or have price matching policies. Here are several. Check the current policy which is linked in most cases as it is subject to change without notice.

Grocery stores that accept coupons from competitors

  • Bi-Lo: Policy generally limits competitor coupons to one per item, one per day per customer. They have to be coupons, not competitor-advertised prizes.
  • Riese: Accepts competitor coupons with restrictions.
  • Harris Teeter: Competitor papermakers' coupons are accepted, one per day, but they do not accept competitor internet coupons.
  • Kroger and Fred Meyer: Only accept coupons for pharmacy competitors.
  • Lowes Foods: They accept local supermarket or supercenter coupons for dollars off the entire order, but not for savings on a single item. They do not accept drug store or club shop vouchers.
  • Price Chopper: Accepts all competitor coupons, but must be presented at the beginning of the order and you must use an AdvantEge card. Accepts up to four coupons per household per day.
  • Publix: Accepts competitor coupons, with lists published in each Publix store. Coupons from competing pharmacies are only accepted for prescriptions. Limit of eight of the same coupons per day per household.

Home improvement stores

  • Home Depot: Will match printed ads.
  • Lowe's: Outbids the competitor's current ad by 10% or adjusts the percentage discount.
  • Menards: Printed coupons that are accepted with restrictions by local competitors.

Big box stores

  • Walmart: Competitors' coupons must be for a specific item at a specific price, or purchase / receive a free coupon for a specific price item.
  • Bed Bath & Beyond: You can use a competitor's coupon, or you can compare the competitor's price, but you can't combine the two.
  • Objective: Has a price match guarantee. They will match the price of a competitor's local print ad and select online competitors.

Craft stores

  • Jo-Ann: Adjusts the prices of competitor ads. Get the original or current ad. Exceptions are special purchases, liquidations, doorbusters or club purchases.
  • Michaels: Their coupon policy page doesn't discuss coupons from competitors, but elsewhere, including a Facebook page, they say they accept competitor coupons with restrictions.
  • Hobby Lobby: Great in-store promotion from competitors when a certain price is listed and they have the same item in stock but are not rewarding percent of ads or coupons. They exclude holiday offers and clearance items and have other restrictions.

Office supply stores

  • Office Depot / Office Max: Has a price match guarantee, including those from online retailers like Amazon.com
  • Staples: You will submit a price comparison to selected competitors for identical items.

Pet shops

  • PetSmart: They accept printed coupons from competitors for the exact items, including BOGO, Money, Percent, or Free. However, they do not accept coupons for services or live pets.

Sporting goods stores

  • Dick's Sporting Goods: Their Winning Pirce Guarantee will match lower prices from retail ads for identical items in local retailers, but not from coupons or BOGO offers.
  • Modell's Sporting Goods: In-store accepts printed coupons from competitors for identical items.

Tips for redeeming coupons for competitors

  • Cashiers are not always as familiar with the shop's coupon policy as they should be. Print out a copy of the policy and bring it with you in case you run into problems.
  • Be polite and courteous - a smile and a friendly word go a long way towards ensuring that vouchers are credited.
  • If your polite request and the printed proof of the policy are not enough for the cashier, politely ask to speak to a manager.
  • For stores that are not listed, it never hurts to ask whether a competitor's voucher will be honored or whether a price comparison is possible.