P&G Releases New Coupon Rules: What Do They Mean and How Will They Affect Us!

March 15, 2014 · 1 comment

by Rebekah
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P&G-coupon-policyI'm a big fan of several P&G products, as I know many of you are as well, so when it was released that they are changing some of their coupon redemption rules we definitely wanted to keep you informed.

These changes are focused much more on the retailer than the consumers, but there are a couple of things that could affect us as well.

There is some new additional wording: "Coupons must be presented at time of purchase. Coupons presented after the purchase transaction has been completed should not be honored." This will mean that we will not be able to return with forgotten P&G coupons after the transaction has been completed. In other words, some stores will allow you come back later in the day or the next day with your receipt to receive credit for coupons that you may have forgotten when you originally made your purchase and this should no longer be done with the revised P&G coupon rules.

The new policy also eliminates the following line: "P&G does not authorize any coupon promotions that can be printed on computer equipment. Coupons printed on computer equipment will not be honored." I see this one as a big positive, as it should help considerably with using P&G printable coupons...and who knows, maybe we'll even start to see more of them! That sure would be nice for all us P&G fans. ;-)

If you would like to read the complete P&G release in it's entirety, you can do so here.




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1 Melissa March 16, 2014 at 10:14 PM

“The new policy also eliminates the following line: “P&G does not authorize any coupon promotions that can be printed on computer equipment. Coupons printed on computer equipment will not be honored.” I see this one as a big positive, as it should help considerably with using P&G printable coupons…and who knows, maybe we’ll even start to see more of them! That sure would be nice for all us P&G fans.”

Hi, can you please explain further what this means, and why you consider it a positive?

Thanks

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