Hy-Vee Coupon Policy
It is important to understand the Hy-Vee Coupon Policy before you head to the store and shop so you can make the most of your coupons! One of the most important points in the policy is that Hy-Vee does not accept internet coupons which include “Free” items which also means they don’t take Buy 1, Get 1 Free printable coupons.
Each Store Director will set limits on coupon values if they deem the coupons value too high to be used at their store. They also have Hy-Vee Coupons that you can stack with Manufacturer’s Coupons which is the best way to save money at Hy-Vee!
Coupons that are expired or that do not have a scannable bar code will not be accepted at Hy-Vee Stores.
I recommend printing off the Hy-Vee Coupon Policy so that you can take it with to the stores if you have any issues with coupon acceptance.
Hy-Vee is happy to redeem your coupons. The following rules apply when accepting vendor coupons clipped from newspapers or magazines, received by mail, or obtained legitimately from the internet:
The coupon must be legible
The coupon should have a scannable bar code (UPC) and a remittable manufacturer’s address
Coupons must have an expiration date and must be used within the stated time frame. Expired coupons will not be accepted
Only one vendor coupon per item will be accepted. However, a customer may use a vendor coupon in combination with a Hy-Vee coupon on the same item
Soft drink container caps will be accepted.
Due to increased fraud, the following two additional rules apply to internet coupons
Vendor coupons that involve any kind of free product will not be accepted, including “buy one, get one free” offers.
A Store Director has authority to set monetary limitations (for example, $2.50 per coupon) for the acceptance of internet coupons at the Store Director’s store.