Does Dillons double coupons? Do they accept printable coupons? As of August 21, 2013, Dillons will no longer double coupons; they will, however, continue to accept coupons at face value, continue to accept Internet printable coupons, continue to offer and accept digital coupons, and they will still award fuel points as usual.
The coupon policy below is old and needs to be updated. Please check back later; I hope to get a copy of the updated policy soon.
The following coupon policy was provided to me by Dillons, whose parent-company is Kroger. (Where you read the name “Kroger” below, you can substitute “Dillons.”) Kroger [Dillons] Coupon Policy Store Management has the right to accept, decline, or limit the use of ANY
coupon(s). Store Management has the right to limit the quantity of coupons and /or items
purchased in a single transaction, by a single Customer, or in a single day. An Electronic Digital Coupon and a paper Manufacturer Coupon cannot be used on the same item. A Store Coupon and a paper Manufacturer Coupon may be used on the same item. An Electronic Digital Coupon and Store Coupon may be used on the same item. We do not accept expired coupons. Doubling does not apply to the following coupon types: Free Kroger Catalina Store Coupons Electronic Digital Coupons Items prohibited by law One store coupon per item may be used. Store coupons are nontransferable and
duplication of these coupons is prohibited. Couponed items will not be sold to dealers. We do accept “free item coupons” from the Internet if all purchase
requirements stated on the coupons are met. We reserve the right to reject any Internet coupon that is altered or does not
scan properly. Only one Internet coupon per item will be accepted. Internet coupons that display characteristics below will not be accepted. Blurry Out of proportion Do no scan properly Appear to be altered in any way
Dillons now has an abbreviated version of this coupon policy at its website. Dillons Coupon Policy