Walmart’s Cracking Down On North Dakotans Trying To Save A Buck
North Dakota Walmart customers may be in for a shock when they try to check out, with the superstore chain cracking down on certain customers.
According to WalmartNearby.com, there were 14 Walmart stores in North Dakota as of 2022.
Walmart Changes Its Coupon Policy
Many consumers in North Dakota who have taken advantage of using coupons to reduce Walmart's already considerably low prices may be disappointed. Coupons In The News says that Walmart recently changed its policy after leaving it untouched for six years. The policy change happened on September 24, 2023.
To help our customers save money and live better, we gladly accept valid paper manufacturer coupons issued by manufacturers of products that Walmart sells. These paper manufacturer coupons must scan at the register and must not be expired in accordance with the following guidelines.
One of the biggest changes is that if the item's discount is higher than the coupon, Walmart will no longer honor overages or grant cash back for use against other items in the purchase. Additionally, customers are no longer allowed to utilize more than four identical coupons in a single day. The elimination of overrides is one of the biggest changes. A manager won't override a coupon that a checkout scanner rejects.
- Walmart Coupon Policy Updated
- Walmart's coupon policy also states:
- No digital coupons on customers' phones will be accepted
- No expired coupons will be accepted
- Items must match the size, brand, quantity, color, etc. or coupons will not be accepted
- Only one manufacturer coupon per item will be accepted
- Coupons must be scanned at register
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