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Old 03-05-2014, 09:00 AM
 
Location: Austin, TX via San Antonio, TX
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Coupon Policy - H-E-B

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H-E-B accepts the following types of coupons:
  • H-E-B Issued coupons:
    • Available at store level and are typically yellow in color
    • Generated by a coupon printer at the register and provided with customer receipt
    • Distributed via direct mail to customer households or other printed publications
  • Manufacturer issued coupons including those with Competitor Logos (must have the wording "Manufacturer's Coupon" Printed on the Coupon)
  • Online Printable coupons with a bar code (i.e. heb.com coupons, email coupons, internet coupons, social media coupons)
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"If the face value of a coupon exceeds the price of a qualifying item, the excess may be applied towards the balance of the order. Cash back is not permitted." So that means that HEB is now officially offering overage on coupons (happy dance!) You just won't receive any overage in coins or cash, but as long as you know that, you can certainly shop to cover the difference. Coupon Policy - H-E-B

So that's good news for everyone.
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Old 03-05-2014, 11:41 AM
 
Location: NE San Antonio
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Thanks for posting! Recently the heb meat dept replaced their red oval 50% off quick clearance stickers with square 25% off ones and I hate it! Hoping they will change back
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Old 03-05-2014, 06:40 PM
 
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Recently the heb meat dept replaced their red oval 50% off quick clearance stickers with square 25% off ones and I hate it! Hoping they will change back

I was wondering about that. Always keep an eye out for the 50's and have not seen them lately.
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Old 03-06-2014, 05:55 AM
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All I know is that I hope to never get behind an extreme couponer in the checkout line. I got behind one at Target last week, who divided a $100+ purchase into discrete $25 purchases and applied some $5 off $25 coupon to each one that only worked for gift card purchases. She also applied individual coupons within each purchase.

The cashier apologized to me after she was done ringing up this customer.

If HEB is attempting to attract more of these customers, I'll rethink the wisdom of making most of my grocery purchases at HEB.
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Old 03-09-2014, 08:56 AM
 
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All I know is that I hope to never get behind an extreme couponer in the checkout line. I got behind one at Target last week, who divided a $100+ purchase into discrete $25 purchases and applied some $5 off $25 coupon to each one that only worked for gift card purchases. She also applied individual coupons within each purchase.

The cashier apologized to me after she was done ringing up this customer.

If HEB is attempting to attract more of these customers, I'll rethink the wisdom of making most of my grocery purchases at HEB.
4 purchases isnt a big deal.

i recently had 2 iams coupons that gave me 12 free cans of cat food. the target lady rolled her eyes over 2 transactions! come on! she went to ask a manager (i didnt ask her too, she went on her own) after she explained that to me. when she came back , she proceeded to ring up the 2 transactions i wanted. i asked her 'so i was right huh?' with a little smirk on my face.

i dont appreciate cashiers being rude over 2 transactions. 4 is borderline pushing it, but not something to get your panties in a wad over.
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Old 03-09-2014, 01:35 PM
 
Location: Mid South Central TX
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All I know is that I hope to never get behind an extreme couponer in the checkout line. I got behind one at Target last week, who divided a $100+ purchase into discrete $25 purchases and applied some $5 off $25 coupon to each one that only worked for gift card purchases. She also applied individual coupons within each purchase.

The cashier apologized to me after she was done ringing up this customer.

If HEB is attempting to attract more of these customers, I'll rethink the wisdom of making most of my grocery purchases at HEB.
AT the risk of taking this forum in the wrong direction, MN have been doing this for YEARS (separating transactions). Either because goods belonged to different family members, or, because they wanted smaller receipts to show customs.

A good couponer (I use them, but not extreme) will go when the store is not busy, and seek out a register that is away from the more frequently used lanes. And NEVER an express lane.

I have had people almost freak out when I hand over my coupons and mobile coupons...then they pay attention when that total comes down (I usually hit the 20% level). And the amount of time I add is minimal.
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