Loblaws Canada Coupon Policy

Loblaws CanadaHere is the Loblaws Canada coupon policy. It is valid at all Loblaws Banner stores.

1.0 Policy

Coupon zone coupons, LCL flyer coupons, LCL website coupons and President’s Choice Financial® coupons are all gladly accepted according the terms and conditions printed on the coupon. Manufacture coupons are accepted for in store purchased items according to the guidelines listed in section 2.0.

2.0 Guidelines

  • 2.1 The item being purchased must conform to the product details on the coupon including size, brand, quantity, co-purchased item etc.
  • 2.2 Only Canadian coupons are accepted.
  • 2.3 The expiry date must be valid.
  • 2.4 The coupon must be presented at time of purchase.
  • 2.5 A coupon cannot be redeemed against the “free” item in any offer where the customer buys more than one item to get one or more item for free (BOGO deals). Eg. Buy one bag of chips, get a second bag of chips free – a single coupon can be applied to the purchase of the two bags.
  • 2.6 Coupons have no cash value.
  • 2.7 If the coupon value exceeds the retail value of an item, the coupon value will be reduced to reflect the retail of the item.
  • 2.8 All sales taxes are paid by the customer at the retail value of the product. Refer to 2.9 to see Free Item guideline.
  • 2.9 The value of a coupon that offers a product for free will include the amount of any applicable taxes.
  • 2.10 Home printed coupons from emails or websites are accepted in black/white or colour. Manufacture coupons must have a valid manufacture address on the printed coupon, expiration date and be completely legible.
  • 2.11Photocopies are not accepted.
  • 2.12 Coupons are void if they appear distorted or blurry.
  • 2.13 One coupon only per item purchased may be redeemed during each store visit, even if a limit statement is not included on the coupon. Coupon stacking is not allowed.
  • 2.14 The Store Management reserves the right to restrict individual item purchase quantities to reasonable family limits.

 

3.0 General Information

  • 3.1 Each coupon will be reviewed to ensure it complies with the details of the section 2.0 Guidelines. We appreciate your patience during this validation process.
  • 3.2 Customers with excessive amounts of coupons in a single order may be asked to relocate to complete their order as a courtesy to our other Customers.
  • 3.3 We may change this policy without notice at any time.
  • 3.4 All coupon redemptions are subject to the policy in effect at time of redemption.
  • 3.5 Competitor’s coupons are not accepted.

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Posted on, April 12, 2011
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Comments
  1. Mel says:

    Curious. For example say I have 3 coupons for Tide liquid for 1.00 off each item purchased, can I in ONE transaction buy 3 tide products and use all three coupons (one coupon per item)? As the coupon says “per purchased item” not “per transaction”

  2. Michelle says:

    Cassie,
    Are you aware if you are allowed to price match at RCSS and use a coupon on the item you are price matching?
    I went in on No Tax day to price match Aveeno Baby products with the Freshco flyer.. they said I could either price match or use the coupon but not both together.
    I was disappointed..
    Thank you.

  3. melizza says:

    If you have a ‘Coupon Zone’ coupon that states buy one ‘product A’ and one ‘product B’ save $3.00,
    Can you use a MFR coupon on ‘product A’???

    OR can you use a FPC (from company) on Product A???

  4. Shelly says:

    If I have a $5 off coupon and the product is $2.99 will No frills give me the overage? I didn’t see that in the coupon policies.

  5. Melissa says:

    We like to go to No Frills and price match most of our items and then use coupons on top of that. This is our weekly routine and we have never had an issue with coupons. So I went alone for the first time in a long time a couple weeks ago and price matched two tresemme hairsprays and used two printed coupons on top of that. We have done this particular transaction so many times but because my husband who happens to be very handsome was not with me they gave me a huge hassle and I was there for about 10 minutes while they whispered to themselves and looked at me like I had a third eyeball coming out of my face. He has also twice been able to get the 4 individual pack of Lactancia Butter price matched for super cheap instead of the regular size that was stipulated in the competitors flyer. Needless to say all of the managers were woman!

  6. Stephen says:

    I have a question: Imagine I have 2 coupons to save 1$ on a box of diapers, 2 coupons to save a 1$ on a box of baby wipes, 2 coupons that saves 1$ when buying a box of wipes and a box of diapers together, 2 coupons that saves 1$ when buying 2 boxes of wipes, and 2 coupons that saves 1$ when buying 2 boxes of diapers. Can I buy 2 boxes of wipes and 2 boxes of diapers and use all 10 coupons? Based on my research, I believe so but wanted to ask an expert on this as I am quite new to couponing.

    Also, one suggestion: I just tried out your shopping list for the first time… AWESOME :-) Would there be any way to add flyer page numbers to the list? I price match most things at RCCS and page numbers would speed up my process. Thanks in advance! Your site is super useful!

    • Cassie Howard says:

      No, that is considered stacking and you cannot stack coupons at any Loblaws banner store.

      Thanks for the idea about the match-ups print-out. I will keep that in mind!

  7. Linda says:

    I went to the RCSS today and was told by 4 cashiers and 2 managers that there coupon policy had changed. They told me that Loblaws no longer accepts any printed coupons, I find that weird since loblaws uses Smart Source to print there own coupons I am calling head office tomorrow but I just wanted to know if they were losing to me thank you.

  8. Googo says:

    If i have a bunch of different manufacturer coupons that were mailed to me through websites like save.ca, can I use multiple ones in a single purchase if they’re for different products? i.e. save $1.00 on any purchase of 2 dozen eggs, save $3.00 on any nivea soft cream, save 50 cents on any bounty paper towel rolls,—etc, etc—. If i buy all of these at once can i use all three coupons at once?

  9. Christelle says:

    FYI: I am letting all of you know that No Frills as a SCOP policy.

    SCOP= Scan Code Of Practice

    What that means is that if No Frills cashier scans an item at another price then what it actually is on the tag, You need to mention to them that no this item is priced @ 3.99 instead of 4.99$,
    The cashier will say ok I°ll go check , when she comes back she will most likely say you are right , I will give it to you for : 3.99 $ At that point you say no its under $10 so I get it for free. If she knows her store policies well she will just enter a code 33 and void the cost of the item therefor you get it for free. If she isn’t aware of the policies then she will most likely say I need to get a manager. I always say that would be great. I can say from my experience the manager comes and shows her how to void it so you get it for free then you finish the rest of your purchases.
    Side note : If the item that you are purchasing is scanned wrong but is more then $ 10 , they then reduce the price of the item by
    $ 10. Make sure you watch each item they scan @ checkout , I always do because I have always managed to get one item @ least for free because the scan it wrong.
    I apologies for this long post but I have realized that a lot of people are not aware of this great way to save $. Hope someone found this helpfull

  10. Diane says:

    Cassie, here in Ottawa RCSS lets us use CZ and Manufacture coupon on an item…is this policy or is that just here. I have a cousin who just started couponing and they say they don’t do that and I don’t know what to tell her…is it written somewhere? I have trouble understanding the policy sorry..not very smart I guess.

    Thank you.

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